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... Condoms work regardless of the sexual position. You don't have an HIV concern. Find something else to worry about. (5 replies)
... So it was doggie style "sorry I Dont know any other term for it " and I was a bit lower than her that's why I was worried about vaginal fluid getting underneath the condom and infecting me ... So just to be clear the soreness I am feeling in my lowing right and left lower abdomen is not a symptom of HIV? (5 replies)
... We will not keep repeating the same answers. Your issues are beyond the scope of help that an HIV forum can provide. Seek the professional mental help that you clearly need, (10 replies)

... Ok so my gf us not been sexually active for 5 months, and has tested negative for everything. We had sex for the first time yesterday and it was unprotected vaginal and oral with ejaculation in her mouth. You sure I don't need another more reliable test? I feel like I just did something wrong and irresponsible. Can 5 oraquicks be wrong out to 149 days? (10 replies)
... Hello, on November 5th I had protected sex with a female that i didn't know that well ... To the best of my knowledge the condom didn't break or tear... However the condom was about an inch away from where my penis meets my body and the condom was slightly lose on me ...i was given a single dose of antibiotic for chlamydia although i wasn't tested for chlamydia i was giving to... (5 replies)
... Hb 16.1. WBC, RBC normal. I never had any swollen glands ,fever, or body pain during this 2 years or now.I am not diabetic. Now I have a doubt abt my HIV status PLease advise if i am at risk. ... (6 replies)
... Stop worrying. You had safe sex. You are not at any risk. There is no need to do anything further. Just forget it and move on. (5 replies)
... No it's not possible for fluid to travel up the condom, the laws of gravity prove that. As long as your penus head was covered, in this case it was, you will never be at risk from HIV. So what next, nothing as you never had a risk 😄 (5 replies)
... No it's not possible for fluid to travel up the condom, the laws of gravity prove that. As long as your penus head was covered, in this case it was, you will never be at risk from HIV. So what next, nothing as you never had a risk �� (5 replies)
... 6 months was outdated in 2004, 10 years ago. I cant help what outdated misguided information you read, I can only give you the facts from the CDC and the WHO. (3 replies)
... Thanks. But many places even my country recommending conclusive test after 6 months. That is my confusion. (3 replies)
... Any fda approved test is conclusive at 12 weeks and after and the tests you took were fine. You don't have HIV. (3 replies)
... Here is my story: Since beginning of the year I had few sexual encounters. On 31st December 2013 night I had complete unprotected sex with one sex worker in Istanbul. On 18th January 2014 I had sex with another CSW. It was protected in the beginning, but at the end found condom slipped. On 22nd May 2014 I had sex with the same CSW, but this time completely... (3 replies)
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Nov 19, 2014
... I am going out of my mind with these symptoms, please hear me out, day 10 I got a fever chills and body ache, fever broke the next morning reaching just under 101 at it's highest, since, I have had the weirdest under the skin itching on my chest neck and back, the kind of itch you can't find to scratch, no rash, it calmed over the weekend but then day 18,19, and 20 no fever... (10 replies)
... NONE of that affects the fact that you are HIV negative and you NEVER had a risk. You NEVER needed testing the first place. This concern over PROTECTED sex is a profound waste of mental and emotional energy. Your concerns are beyond the scope of help that an HIV forum can provide. I would advise you to seek professional mental help for your HIV obsession. (6 replies)
... Your risk was still WAY lower than you are imagining it to be, probably close to zero anyway. Heterosexual transmission of HIV is rare, especially from female to male. But ultimately it doesn't matter. You have severely over-tested until the point that it is clear that you have a mental health problem with HIV. I would advise you to seek professional mental help to work out... (10 replies)
... Sorry, typo. You had a risk but your tests are 110% conclusive, no ifs or buts, you are HIV negative �� (10 replies)
... I'm sorry I'm confused. You say I had no risk? I had lots of unprotected sex with my GF while she was cheating on me with numerous other people...I think that's plenty risk. I just want to make sure my 5 oraquicks out to 149 days are 100%, beyond a shadow of a doubt conclusive. (10 replies)
... As I said before buds, no risk and 4 negative tests is all you have to think about, it's impossible for you to have HIV. If there was any chance at all? I would not risk your health, I would tell you but this is so straight forward its not a concern at all. Put this to bed and start enjoying life. (10 replies)
... Thanks for yourr thoughts on my situation. This will be my (hopefully) final post about this. Anxiety kills, and I did another oraquick yesterday. 149 days. Negative again. Yet I still have so many symptoms, body aches, rashes that come and go quickly. Constant stuffy nose. It's ridiculous I don't any blood testing right? I've had these 5 oraquicks out to 21 weeks,... (10 replies)


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