elisa or rapid pcr or wb low risk
Sep 6, 2011
Thanks for ur peace minded answer.really appreciated,donation on theway.sir,ur the hope for the developement of hiv vaccine.u hav that ability and i pray to my god.A last question.After protected vaginal ejaculation i took out the penis from vagina then i removed the condoms like holding a funnel or a tube like fist mastrubate.At this point the base of the condoms(ring)came in contact(just touch and go) with the urethra(penis opening).i suspect that the vaginal fluids on the condoms ring might have entered in the penis uretha.pls throw some light on it.and i had neg dna pcr at 2weeks and 2neg rapid ab test at 2weeks and 4weeks how effective are these concerned to my situation and should i move on?Almighty bless u.pls throw some light on these events.success kiss ur hard work.
Response from Dr. McGowan
The contact you describe would not be considered a high risk exposure. There was no contact or exchenge of body fluids. I would not be concerned.
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