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... A PCR test is the last thing you need because your risk of getting a false positive is orders of magnitude higher than the risk that you contracted HIV from a condom break. ... (13 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. ... (13 replies)
Condom broke help
Feb 12, 2015
... You need to remember your risk is very low indeed. ... (11 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)
Condom broke help
Jan 31, 2015
... "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 (11 replies)
Condom broke help
Jan 31, 2015
... 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. (11 replies)
Condom broke help
Jan 31, 2015
... Do i have risk still? ... (11 replies)
Scared
Dec 27, 2014
... You never had a risk of HIV and if the condom broke you would have known but all that is pointless as you tests are negative you don't have HIV. ... (4 replies)
... You had protected sex which is not a risk of HIV. If the condom broke then you would have known as there would be no condom to take off. ... (1 replies)
Extreme worry !!!
Dec 16, 2014
... What if this work lady put something in my drink, what if the condom broke during incounter, what if, what if... There are to many ARS symptoms are to concludent... I have never ever in my life developed such symptoms... ... (11 replies)
... You would have noticed that the condom broke when you took it off. The head of your penis would have been exposed. Your situation is not an HIV situation. There is nothing more to discuss. ... (6 replies)
How risky
Feb 2, 2015
... 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)
Risk or not
Dec 30, 2014
... I had sex with a lady and during the sex i stopped because I thought i felt the condom break and I look at it and at first I didn't think it broke and then I noticed the bottom of the condom ripped leaving my shaft and maybe the edge of my penis exposed. My opening was never exposed...pretty sure. ... (3 replies)
Scared
Dec 27, 2014
... ected vaginal sex the sex was not long maybe 20 seconds as someone knocked on the room door and I got paranoid and ended the session then. I did not inspect the condom or do the water test to see if it had broken. ... (4 replies)
Confused
Dec 15, 2014
... I had a risk about 21 weeks ago were a condom broke and I withdrew immediately and finished with my hand since I didn't have another condom. ... (4 replies)
... A test at 3 months will confirm your status for the exposure in july, the others were not a risk of hiv. ... (13 replies)
... If you as said " threw the condom away " that would indicate the condom was taken off and that means its intact, so you had protected sex and no risk of HIV. When condoms fail, they burst like a balloon and all that is left is a ring around the base of your penis. ... (1 replies)
... If you did then you have a low risk of HIV and a test at 6 weeks will give you a good indication of your status but a test at 3 months will be conclusive. If you didnt have unprotected sex then you didnt have a risk of HIV. ... (21 replies)
... Waiting for the full three months to have an HIV test is kind of outdated. With modern HIV tests almost all HIV infections are now detected between 2 to 6 weeks and the three month test is simply confirm the findings of earlier tests. ... (23 replies)
... Really mate, you have nothing to worry about. HIV transferance is no mystery. ... (24 replies)


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