... I took a rapid test at 24 days and 31 days after exposure.How accurate is 31 days rapid test accuracy.My exposure was protected sex with high risk csw in Bangladesh who does not use condom regularly. ... (6 replies)
... But i have sore throat for 5 days i took medicine not go away (4 replies)
... symptoms mean nothing.
they are not a reliable indicator,the only way to know for sure is by testing.
all what matters is you had protected sex,
oral is not a risk, so throw that one out of the mix
you really should have no HIV concerns.
like i said before, expect negative results if you test. (4 replies)
... you had protected sex , still no risk, nothing to do with hiv. ... (7 replies)
... HIV has no specific symptoms but in short, were you at risk from HIV NO. You had protected sex which is by its very nature is protection from HIV transmission. ... (7 replies)
... Well I have never seen anyone without a risk turn positive, which is the case for you. ... (7 replies)
... That's what my reply meant, yes. No risk, no need for PEP, no need to test, not an HIV issue. (5 replies)
... I'm not quite sure what is your concern, the protected sex which is not a risk or the sex with your partner ? ... (11 replies)
... Thank you so much for your comforting answer Apollo, but I'm still worry about the blood. What if the blood is came from her vaginal...? (broken condom)
Could you please answer my question about the 3 type of Rapid test that I took earlier...?
1. How accurate and reliable are these rapid test to detect the antibody in 62 days? (percentages)
A. VIKIA HIV 1/2?
B. One... (8 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. ... (8 replies)
... I have highlighted the important parts.
You had no risk, you did not need to test and you do not need to test further. Condoms have been proved that they are effective in the prevention of HIV.
You have nothing to worry about. (5 replies)
... On November 27th, in a drunken depression I had protected sex with a woman of unknown status...the sex lasted about 5 minutes, but I also received unprotected oral sex for 3 mins before. ... (5 replies)
... You had no risk for hiv from this as it was protected sex, please move on. The symptoms you describe are found in tons of everyday sicknesses. ... (4 replies)
... There is no HIV risk from oral sex and no HIV risk from protected sex so you won't have HIV. It is irrelevant if the girl is HIV positive as it can't be transmitted by the activities that you engaged in. ... (4 replies)
... I had sex with a prostitute that hangs around on the street and she gave me oral and we had protected 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. ... (4 replies)
... You had protected sex so NO RISK and oral sex is NO RISK. You've also been tested and got NEGATIVE results. I've no idea what is causing your symptoms but the one thing that definitely isn't is HIV. ... (4 replies)
... You had protected sex, that's safe sex, you were not at risk from HIV that's why your tests are negative. ... (3 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)
... You had protected sex. If you were able to come inside the condom, then the condom was intact. When they fail, they fail very noticeably....think a split balloon. ... (6 replies)
... You never had a risk. It's completely unnecessary. Nobody here is going to tell you to test when you had protected sex. We will not fuel your irrational fears. But of course you are free to ignore our advice and test anyway. ... (9 replies)