|Found out Partner Tested Poz
Apr 12, 2006
I had unprotected sex about a week ago. We had sex first using a condom, then the last 5-10 minutes, we mututally decided to not use a condom...So i came inside. After that, i took a piss, showered, went to bed.
Then in the morning, we get frisky again. After giving me morning head, We fuck again.
Same thing. I take a piss. but i didnt shower.
The times we had sex, we used a good amount of lube. There was no forced entry.
We went to go get a rapid test...I came out neg...he came out POZ!
I understand, that theres a chance for the rapid test to have a false poz, so im just stressing a lil...he did the standard test and will get his results next week.
NOW if he truely is poz, what are the chances that i will get HIV? Im very scared but am mentally providing myself to get tested...but which one? the standard test? I already got one at 1 week post exposure. (04/04/06) Im planning on getting one on the 6th week (May 9th) and then the final one on (June 20th)
I need some advice on what to do IF the false poz, is in fact a true POZ.
Response from Dr. Frascino
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