... Technically you had a risk, but realistically it is not something you should worry about.
Have an antibody test 3 months post-exposure. You can expect a negative. (1 replies)
... HIV-2 is too rare to worry about. But if it bothers you have a follow up test at 3 months. (8 replies)
... Joggen, I have heard that HIV-2 antibodies takes time to form. Was my 7 week test even conclusive for HIV-2? (8 replies)
... I am also planning not to waste money on any more HIV tests. ... (8 replies)
... Is a condom break incident very risky? ... (8 replies)
... I suggest that you just test rather than obsess about the mechanics of HIV infection which is just pointless speculation and doesn't help your situation. You had a risk but it is very low. ... (8 replies)
... Can HIV transmit in such a brief exposure? ... (8 replies)
... i'm an 18 year old so this is a ugly experience because i was virgin i mean there's just no way i could get HIV from this exposure right? ... (4 replies)
... this Monday i'm going to the clinic to get HIV tested Monday its going to be my 3 week after my exposure. ... (4 replies)
... transsexual girl friend, not the female sex worker the condom broke with. ... (10 replies)
... "Should she test HIV negative, your HIV risk would be reduced even more to the very remote possibility that she was very recently infected and is still in her window period (HIV infected but not yet producing detectable levels of anti-HIV antibodies)."
I quoted this another forum. Do you think is it similiar case for me also?
btw thanks a lot for your answers (10 replies)
... I had sex with a CSW and during he sex I felt what was like the condom broke and also the sex felt a little better. After with drawing I glanced down and seen what appeared to be a intact condom so I just removed and flushed it. ... (3 replies)
... You risk is still quiet low, one time exposures seldom result in the transmission of HIV. Of course it can and has happened but its rare, even more so with condom breaks. ... (10 replies)
... You need to remember your risk is very low indeed. ... (10 replies)
... You still have a risk a risk as well cannot be 100% sure she does not have HIV, although it seem very unlikely. Personally I would not take PEP ( their is a sticky thread at the top of this forum ) but its a personal choice for yourself if you choose to do so. (10 replies)
... Do i have risk still? ... (10 replies)
... More than likely your concern is based around the concern of having sex with a CSW. Protected sex of any kind is never a risk of HIV and if the condom broke you would know and she would as their would be no condom to take off. ... (2 replies)
... So I know I had a risk as I was having vaginal intercourse with a female hooker and the condom broke. When it broke I heard it and felt it and I withdrew immediately and finished myself. ... (3 replies)
I had some potential low risk exposures to HIV and took an INSTI HIV test 7 months after the last one and the test came negative ( 1 dot ). But when i took the test i had lived in mexico city for 2 months and the day i took the test i took a plane from Paris to London. My concern is the test specifications state it can produce false negatives in people with high... (3 replies)
... prostitutes. It lasted for about 20 minutes and I had a condom on. However, as I was changing positions the condom was still on and not broken, but as I put my penis in her vagina the condom broke leaving my head exposed and I pulled out as soon as I heard this. ... (10 replies)