... el guilty about. It's a fragile virus that can only be transmitted under very specific conditions. In your situation, there is absolutely NO way whatsoever that HIV could be transmitted. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your response. The coincidence of the timing and symptoms has me really worried. (4 replies)
... HIV is passed on inside the body, so in a sexual way, unprotected sex. In your case you never came close to any risk at all. (4 replies)
... This thread made me feel so much better, I was also negative for the 6 week and 2 more weeks will make 3 months to get tested again, fingers crossed. (37 replies)
... Oral sex is not a risk for HIV. Consider how common that oral sex is amongst everyone, HIV would be a plague beyond all imagination. ... (12 replies)
... Zero, you are wasting your time and energy testing.
Regardless of the test it will always be negative because you were never exposed to HIV, period.
Kevin. (12 replies)
... No, you can't get HIV from unprotected oral or protected anal sex. ... (1 replies)
... or vaginal sex is classed as a risk of an HIV infection and I hate to be the bearer of bad news but this risk exists whether ejaculation takes place or not. ... (2 replies)
... I only ask since receptive anal sex is a MUCH higher risk than vaginal sex. With that said, since you had unprotected intercourse, you should have an HIV test. I'm assuming you found out the "rumor" regarding him being positive AFTER you had sex with him? ... (2 replies)
... I'm scared I am 38 years old and I had unprotected sex with a co worker and rumor has it that he is hiv positive but he denies it. I know for a fact he pulled out right before he ejaculated. But I'm worried about how I felt the next morning when I woke up. ... (2 replies)
... I have the flu coming :( and I have been having ulcers and I have certainly got a dry cough, been up most of the night coughing !!
HIV has NO specific symptoms and if you start down this route your going to have a long and stressful 12 weeks.
Your going to have to wait for 6 weeks or 4 with a 4th generation test before you get a better indication of your status. Until... (5 replies)
... the time scales and bad flu may be and hopefully are just pure coincidence as i said previously id been out drinking for 3 days with out much sleep before i got ill...
it was mainly the mouth ulcers and dry cough that caught my attention too potential hiv (5 replies)
... stand ur stands but these symptoms combined with the fear are making me go crazy . also the doctor in the government hospital says it takes time for detection of hiv antibodies may be like 3 to 6 months and also more sometimes ... ... (8 replies)
... All HIV tests are conclusive at 12 weeks and beyond, regardless of type or generation. So yes it is definite, you do not have HIV. ... (5 replies)
... you don't have any HIV symptoms.. ... (5 replies)
... The fact you tested beyond the window period actually goes in the favour of the test being accurate. The only way an HIV test would give a false negative reading is if the test was taken too early inside the window period. ... (5 replies)
... As the test was after 12 weeks its enough evidence you don't have HIV. (5 replies)
... and told me I needed to get checked . I ran away from relationships and sex life for 2 years because of fear because every 3 weeks or so it seemed I had another HIV symptom. Well I met an amazing girl got a test done professionally oraquick. ... (5 replies)
... Would having gastric bypass surgery delay hiv antibodies in a oraquick at home test at 16 weeks (2 replies)
... is HIV positive, the risk for HIV from giving oral is only theoretical. Oral sex is one of the most common of sexual activities. Receiving oral is absolutely no risk. ... (5 replies)