... If they were covered, you are fine. They sound like they were. Even if they were not, a brief slip means a one time exposure. Your partner stated they were HIV negative, people tend to tell the truth on that. ... (2 replies)
... You are fine. Your overtesting for HIV has shown this several times. ... (1 replies)
... Am i hiv negative or i still need testing. ... (1 replies)
... g but My anxiety still Sky high! hence why im here.. im still gonna get tested when 3 months pass but just wanted to know if i am at high risk of have contracted Hiv from this 1 encounter? ... (2 replies)
... Wow thanks for the reply i can honestly say i feel muchh more calmed.. anxiety and guilt been killing me due to not being able to tell anyone due to embarrasedment of what i did.. so coming here was a good choice to release stress thank you im getting tested by week 6 to get more accurate results again thanks for the help (2 replies)
... HIV is far more difficult to contract than that. (2 replies)
... you might want to work on your anxiety
because you really do not have a HIV issue
you should have no concerns (6 replies)
... Hi all,
I decided to put off my second test to 13 weeks, where I am in the UK the recommendation is 12 weeks but in the US it's 13 so I thought better safe than sorry.
Anyway, I write because of another incident. Earlier tonight I was with a different woman. We did not have vaginal sex, but I did insert my penis between the cheeks of her bottom (while wearing a... (6 replies)
... Hello, I am a Registered Nurse working in a dialysis unit. I was nursing a HIV positive patient, with a zero viral load and got a large amount of blood on my fingers while fitting an iron infusion. ... (1 replies)
... again HIV is not your problem. ... (2 replies)
... On March 3 of this year I had unprotected anal sex with a guy it was a one night stand . First time for me not sure about him. I tested at planned parenthood for hiv at 5weeks it was negative , but I was still having all these symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... class. And she answered many times my question about hiv and she was like "what? ... (5 replies)
... YES, you were NEVER AT RISK because you DID NOT HAVE INTERCOURSE. Forget about this and MOVE ON with your LIFE. (8 replies)
... thank you for the support and you did not offend me at all.
overtime i have learned to cope with it very well and the
only time i put any real thought into it is when i'm
with my doctor (i'm on a few HIV studies) or when i pop on here to pass on info.
i'm too busy otherwise with life and doing what i like
to let it consume me.
i wish i had some sort of wake up call but... (6 replies)
... unfortunately there are alot of people out there who
only care about themselves.
that and my ignorance is why i got HIV.
it really is not as bad as you are fearing.
i very highly doubt you will have to deal with it anyway.
you would of known about it long ago.
you just need to keep your guard up in the future
and don't have unprotected sex with anyone
until you... (6 replies)
... is but it's all I can think about since I found out at work today, I can't wait to just take the damn test. I never would have ever imagined me having to take an hiv test, but that proves my past ignorance. Never again. ... (6 replies)
... most likely you are ok.
it is very rare for someone to get infected
from a one time exposure.
on top of that, if you had HIV,
it would be also very rare for you to not have medical problems
from having it that long being left untreated.
from what you have said,
i would tell you to expect to test out negative for HIV.
good luck (6 replies)
... ews story from last year about a man being convicted on over 50 felony counts of purposefully finding and sleeping with women to unknowingly infect them with the hiv virus. ... (6 replies)
... chill out
you are questioning the most advanced ,studied and accurate medical test
used in the industry today.
you do not have HIV
and your 90 day tests results will be the same as you have collected already.
good luck (5 replies)
... Do i have to keep worrying about hiv ? ... (5 replies)