|Dr.Rob ! Please help The Desperate
Nov 28, 2002
On Oct 27, 2002, I had an encountered with an unknown HIV status prostitute. She washed her mouth thoroughly with warm water. Then she fills her mouth with warm water and gave me a blowjob. It happened for about 2 3 minutes only. Subsequently, she put condom on my genital and without any vaginal contact, I erupted into the condom. Condom filled with sperm and without me noticing, she suddenly inserted my genital into her vaginal. It happened for about 1 minute. Subsequently, she wash me up with some soap.
Im quite worried till having sleepless night. I when to take an Elisa test on Oct 28, Nov 4, Nov 11, Nov 18. Results came back negativeI also took and HIV PCR Viral Load Test on 03/Nov and result came back negative.
Doc, can you please please answer my question. Im very very desperate..
Response from Dr. Frascino
A warm water blowjob? Hmmm, sounds like you really had a pro! But, tell me again how "without you noticing, she suddenly inserted your genital into her vaginal!!!" Generally speaking, this is something that one would indeed at least "notice," don't you think?
If your "genital" was still in the condom, you have nothing to worry about.
Your 4 ELISA tests are negative. That's encouraging, but not conclusive. If you weren't wearing a condom when your "genital was inserted," you'll need a 3-month test. If you were wearing a condom, no further testing is really warranted.
Stay well and please always take note of where your genitals are.
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