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I did unprotected sex on 7 jan 2013 with my hiv positive wife.then i am very scared.i have done STD profile test, hepatitise a,b,c ,and liver fuction test on 18 dec 2013 the blood test report is bellow.
1.std profile test hsv 2 blood test igM negative but igG is borderline.it means am i affected hsv 2 today or future?
2.hepatitise A blood test igG positive and igM negative means i have HAV ?do need me treatment?
3.liver fuction test is my SGOT - 38 ,SGPT -88 ,And globulin - 3.69 i also know this status i have get treatment on fatty liver since 5 months ago but i am not cure i think ?whats up with me tell sir plz plz
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Anonymous
Hi we are not medical doctors and cannot read all of these test results however your negative tests, on December 18 are conclusive and you are not living with any Sexually transmitted Infections that you have been tested for and if you have no other risk exposure, you will not be needing any further testing. An negative hepatitis a test means that you have not been exposed to hepatitis a.

You can be vaccinated for both hepatitis a and hepatitis b.

i have no information of your liver function tests and suggest strongly that you return to your doctor or the lab that tested you and discuss these questions with a health care professional.

it may also be a great idea to talk to your wife, support her and uses protection when engage in intercourse (condoms and lots of water based lubricants).

it may be a good idea for you to have an HIV test and it may also be a good idea to encourage your wife to test for all sexually transmitted infections. For more information about all sexually transmitted infections, please see our friends at wwwsmartsexresource.com

David
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