... I am sorry to beat a dead horse, but have developed some red spots on roof of mouth with sinus drainage and irritated throat.
Could this be oral thrush?
could my doxcycylcine use for 3 months do this?
I am sorry to bring this back up I am worried and real concerned.
Are you sure that I would know if the condom failed? (6 replies)
... No risk whatsoever. You have no reason to be concerned. Forget about it and move on. (6 replies)
... Long story short, I hooked up with a guy without thinking it through.
The acts I am concerned about are
He rubbed the tip of his penis (uretha) on mine a bit and his probably had precum on it
He ejaculated right in my mouth. I had brushed my teeth 35-40 minute earlier and didn't think of it. I spit out the semen after I got a towel 10 or so seconds later
Are either... (1 replies)
... You have been told you were not at risk from HIV, so anything else you add, will be told the same, we cant help you as you never had a risk of HIV.
See a doctor if your concerned, but we cant help you further (6 replies)
... Being concerned about a risk does not make it a risk. Its a free world, choose what you believe but if you continue to test it will be negative. ... (10 replies)
... but I'm a little concerned about my penis rubbing against her wet panties. What I've read is that transmission doesn't happen through clothing. What if her vaginal fluid got onto my penis? ... (1 replies)
... people sweat from STRESS. Stop with the dramatics. Nothing will change the outcome of your test regardless of how much you are concerned about it. ... (11 replies)
... I'm very concerned with false negatives. Everybody says my results are conclusive and to stop testing. ... (2 replies)
How conclusive is the Unigold test at the 5 week mark?
To give some background, I had a UniGold Rapid Test 5 weeks after a possible exposure. It came back negative. I also was tested for all other STI's and came back negative for those as well.
As far as the exposure goes, it was an oral sex only encounter in which I gave a man I was seeing at the time oral... (7 replies)
... Hey dude, thanks for the reply. But wait so you see concern? Or a typo?
Is it not recommended cause the condom could burst? (9 replies)
... While its not advisable to keep having sex after ejaculation, the situation you are concerned about would not happen. If his penis was that flaccid then the condom would have slipped off. ... (9 replies)
... Please do not go down the symptom road. Any symptoms from HIV acute infection are non specific, meaning they are the same exact symptoms of most any common infection. For what its worth though, intestinal symptoms are not associated with HIV. Neither are tooth aches. You are anxious, and you are noticing any little thing you feel and immediately tying it to HIV.
What you... (3 replies)
... Hi smiteler,
Thanks for reading and responding. I partially agree with you; after the 10 week test, i asked my Dr. whether the 12 week was necessary and he told me he didn't believe 2 weeks would make much difference. What i don't fully agree with is your comment about stomach issues having being caused by eating something "bad."
I have had this irritable stomach since... (9 replies)
Had you actually had a risk of an HIV infection you have grossly over tested but you testing as proved that you do not have HIV.
The problem with testing over non risk exposures or even being advised to test over non risk explosion is many folds. The first problem with having unnecessary HIV tests is that HIV testing is not infallible. Every once in a while... (9 replies)
... The kind of cut that would be needed for there to be even the slightest chance of HIV risk is like a huge gaping wound that is bleeding profusely and requires stitches immediately lest the person bleeds out. This would be the kind of wound that would make it impossible for someone to give anyone a handjob at the time because they would be bleeding all over the place and dying... (3 replies)
... seconds and ever since I've been extremely concerned about HIV. ... (9 replies)
... the low frequency of transmission, the brevity of exposure, and your PEP regimen. The odds of all of those factors turning the wrong way is too low to be concerned about. ... (7 replies)
... Now i'm concerned I may have caught HIV. anyone know what the risks of this might be? ... (1 replies)
... Okay thanks Apollo. I'm mostly concerned because I've read that the foreskin is a receptor for the virus and I clearly had visible cuts on my foreskin. Does change your assessment of my risk? ... (3 replies)
... I am concerned because mayb my cut foreskin may have been exposed to some blood and fluids inside her whenever the condom slipped. Iam uncircumcised. ... (3 replies)