Anonymous
I had sex with my girlf, she gave me sti, after 2
weeks we went together to vct result waz
negative. She told me she had sex three months
and 2weeks ago with sam1 she dout. I dnt beliv
dis!! Then I went to re test again alone after 6weeks
result still negeteve. I read samwhere said
window period is 4 to 6wx.
1 girl can stay with sti more than 3months??
2 hav u c sm1 result turn at this point(USE ur experience)??
3 Any chances here 2 be negative
here after 3mth (USE ur experience)??
4 its possible to get sti without HiV??
5 sti = Hiv??
FEAR IN MY MIND HELP PLEASE
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Anonymous
Hello,

Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline. I am having some difficulty understanding your questions but I will try my best to answer them accurately.

1. I do not understand this question. If you are concerned about STI's, the safest thing to do is to be tested and to see a doctor for treatment if you are positive. You can also refer to this [site](http://smartsexresource.com/) for more information.

2. You are correct when you say that the window period of HIV testing is 4-6 weeks. Current HIV tests are very reliable if taken properly and with a medical professional. However, the BC Centre of Disease Control suggests that testing be done at 12 weeks or 3 months after your last high risk exposure for conclusive results. Changes in your result are less likely to change after the 12 week mark.

3. Again, I do not understand this question. I am sorry.

4. HIV is a form of STI. It is possible to get other STI's without HIV.

5. Having an STI does not mean you have HIV.

I am sorry I could not understand your questions to answer them better. If you are continuing to have worries about STI's and HIV, it would help if you would speak to your doctor for more information regarding STI's and HIV and the possibility of further testing. You can also refer to the site I listed above or see this [website](http://www.avert.org/) for information on HIV.
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