... Have slept with numerous girls since the start of the new year, a few I'm concerned about...being I don't know there status...as for the sex, always protected...could I get it from fingering a girl of cuts on my fingers? ... (1 replies)
... Your doctor is an IGNORAMUS. You never required testing from oral sex and if you did have a risk worth testing for, three months would be conclusive. ALL of the tests that you took were UNNECESSARY. FORGET about this NO RISK situation and MOVE ON with your LIFE. (5 replies)
... So if I had an high risk exposure, would the time between testing still be neg considering the elisa test I took out to 8 month, cause I know that 3 months is considered conclusive but a lot of doctors suggest the 6 month rule. Just curious cause my doctor had me do a 8 month test to rule it out with a standard elisa antibody testing. (5 replies)
... It is IMPOSSIBLE that you have HIV. (5 replies)
... like all others its hard not to think about being infected with hiv cause of how one feels. On the other hand facts are facts and multiple tests tell the truth. I hope I am surely indeed neg. (5 replies)
... Oral sex is not a risk for HIV, there has not been one verified case of it ever happening in the decades this disease has been known.
Therefore, you had no risk for HIV, and needed not to test in the first place. The multiple negative tests you have had prove 100% that you do NOT have HIV.
Symptoms mean nothing as far as HIV. Move on. (5 replies)
I am wondering if my status at 8 months is considered conclusive with 3 neg elisa antibody test starting at 1.5 months, 4.5 months and a last one at 8 months. I would be more than happy to accept my results, but I am currently having symptoms which I can't seem to shake. I also tested for hep. ABC and others which has came out clear. What concerns me is that I see... (5 replies)
... Your encouraging words are truly saving a life. Thank you so much for your dedication and patience to educate people.
I do have to admit, however, it is hard not to overthink the situation. For instance, I am now thinking what if the tip of his penis (which must've had some pre-***) touched the outside of my anus? Would those scenarios also pose a high risk?
Given all... (8 replies)
... ts not a concern and pre come would not generate enough fluids to spill not to mention you said yourself you changed condoms. That sais, this situation that your concerned about just wouldnt hapoen and all the evidence proves it didnt and couldnt. ... (8 replies)
... your hand to your genitals is not a risk either. Not a single one of your activities was a risk and you definitely don't need testing. You would only need to be concerned about unprotected vaginal or anal penile penetration in this situation, but since you wore a condom that is moot. ... (9 replies)
... That's ok. I can see your concerned, but if HIV was easy catch then most of the population would have HIV but its so very unlikely he would have HIV.
Its nearly 4 weeks from this exposure, so a test now would still be over 90% accurate. A simple rapid test would be fine and in your case it may help with the stress.
You need to stop thinking about this or you will become... (11 replies)
... Thank You for your answer. So do you think I can be calm ? It was just couple of seconds, and I was just on the edge of the rectum without any pressure. :-/ (3 replies)
... Hiya. Well you had a risk but so small i would not be that concerned. Its such a brief nature.
For peace of mind you should test but a test at 6 weeks would more or less confirm your status but a 3 month test will be required.
Imo, you dont have a lot to worry about, i hope that helps. (3 replies)
... Of course if your still concerned a hiv antibody test at this time scale give you confirmation of your status. ... (9 replies)
The vast majority of HIV infections, with modern HIV tests, are detected within two to six weeks of an infection occurring. It is extremely unlikely a negative result within period would later turn positive.
On a side note, I personally never engage in statistics and percentages, although they may offer comfort to somebody, like yourself, that may be concerned, they... (33 replies)
... Buddy I really would advise you stop testing at the rate you are doing. You are really over testing. I appreciate you are anxious but your anxiety will reach an all-time high if you get a false positive result. I am guessing you know what this is, but if not please allow me to tell you. Sometimes, because of other medical conditions people who have not got HIV test positive,... (9 replies)
... You dont have hiv, so anything health wise cannot be related. If your concerned then see your doctor regarding your health. ... (12 replies)
... ended up grinding against each other i think his penis touched the outside of my anus but never went in. we were both covered in massage oil. the part i am most concerned with is that i gave him a blow job for about a few min's and he never ejaculated into my mouth but now i have a small sore in my mouth. ... (1 replies)
... If you wish to receive further advice on your situation you could offer up the circumstances of the exposure that as got you so concerned which will allow members to assess your risk of an HIV infection for you. ... (7 replies)
... Because you are concerned about this you should get checked out for HIV. Test at between 4 to 6 weeks and have the result confirmed at 12 weeks. Expect negative result. ... (3 replies)