|PEP and ARS symptoms
Jan 9, 2005
Hi! I am on pep after insertive vaginal penetration. I started 42 hours after the exposure. I am wondering about the chances that a transmission occured. Today i am finishing my 30 days treatment and I haven't experienced any symptoms of ars symptoms. Is there a greater chance that i am not infected because og this, or may my pep-treatment prevent experiensing such symptoms or will they probably be delayed. Hope you can answer me...please...
| Response from Dr. Pierone
The risk of transmission after insertive vaginal penetration is low to begin and the absence of symptoms is reassuring. There is not evidence that I am aware of that PEP delays symptoms of seroconversion. Chances are very high that you will be fine.
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