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Taken birth control shot, test for HIV, Syphilis, had non-reactive tests in past, have received info saying partner needs medical help. Advice?

The other day I went to the doctor 9/29/12 for birth control and while i was there the nurse took my blood to test me for HIV and Syphilis . Well when my doc was down there checking everything out before she gave me the shot. She said she didn t see nothing the concerned her and i have a nice clean cervices. Well back in May I was tested for HIV and Syphilis and they was nonreactive. I got a letter today telling me I need to come in and inform my partner(s) they they need medical help. But I have looked up pictures and signs and I have non of these..I need some type of help.
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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Hi Nicole,

Thanks for posting your query.

I am glad that your reports are non-reactive. You are negative for HIV and Syphilis.

There is nothing to worry in life, move on.

Practice safe sex always with your partner (s) to be on the safer side. To help your partner, get them tested as well for STDs.

Probably, a counselling session will help.

I wish you healthy long life.

Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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