... Not an HIV issue- your tests have proved that. Work with your doctor. (2 replies)
... I had sex with a female that was HIV positive and had a condom rupture which was not complete it was just below the head of the penis. ... (2 replies)
... ng on the bed, it must have came off when i took it out when we where changing positions and I never noticed!!! Im so so scared now i cant sleep. I dont know his hiv status although more likely than not he is negative but it doesnt give me any sort of comfort. ... (1 replies)
... No, you didn't put yourself at risk for HIV and your tests confirmed that. You don't need additional testing. ... (1 replies)
... th the oral quick test and he was negitive too. Until they ran blood test on him because he wanted to be put on PreP. Well the blood test ended up showing he was HIV positive while the oral quick said he was negitive. Should I worry? ... (1 replies)
... Once again, HIV is passed on via unprotected sex, NEVER outside the body. ... (1 replies)
... adache and dry cough. Then I took medication and it went away within 2 days. So now i am scared whether I am infected. So I want to know whether I am exposed to HIV in any of the below scenarios. ... (1 replies)
... You need to have a test three months after your last dose of PEP. You can continue to expect negatives. (1 replies)
... Hi I'm 28 year old male I had an encounter with a prostitute and the condom broke a few hours later I went to my doctor he put me on truvada for 28 days I had the encounter on June 13 I was tested on August 19 it came back negative the took blood hiw accurate is the result after 9 weeks I'm scared. (1 replies)
... The ONLY way to resolve this is, take a WB test, accept the results of that and forget about testing because i get the feeling your searching for HIV when its quiet clear you dont have it. ... (1 replies)
... se with another male, I was top and I don't even completed one penetration, after that I used condom in the rest of the intercourse. I didn't know my partner was HIV positive, I found it out after sex. He is poz and he has been on treatment for 3 years and his viral load is undetectable for more than 2 years. ... (1 replies)
... You had a risk and should get tested.
Since it's been three weeks, I would arrange to get a DUO (antibody + antigen) test done at the four week mark. That is a highly accurate test.
I advise you to contact your local clinic and arrange for testing. (1 replies)
... Thanks I found out why I had so many symptoms. They were side effects from medication that I was taken. Hiv test was negative. ... (2 replies)
... Do hiv acute infections cause this symptoms so long. ... (2 replies)
... you should not have any HIV concerns. ... (9 replies)
... Yes. Seek the assistance of a mental health professional. Your issues are beyond the scope of help that an HIV forum can provide. You are wasting time and emotional energy about a virus that you clearly do not HIV. Seek the professional mental help that you clearly need. ... (9 replies)
... All we can tell you is that they have NOTHING to do with HIV for the reasons you stated. You are wasting time and emotional energy obsessing it. ... (2 replies)
... aidsvancouver, healthboards etc everyone telling it was not a risky encounter. As oral sex carries no risk. Saliva is non infectious, hiv virus outside the body is not infectious and once exposed to air becomes inactive. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your replies
I have sore throat since two weeks so my mind making scenarios what if I penetrated her by accident during dry humping and making out while I am wearing my pjama and underwear and she is wearing her underwear??
Is it possible or I am just having paranoia??! (5 replies)
... Not an HIV issue. Transmission requires penetration. ... (5 replies)