|HIV or not
Jun 10, 2012
Hello Dr, I had sex with a women 2 years before we used condoms but after ejaculation she removed my condoms and sucked my penis for a moment. Now I have symptoms following me blisters in tongue, white thrush, heart burn, not solid stool. I took a test HIV Antibody test and other STD disease (chlymdia, gonnorhea, herpes, syphills) and it came negative. This blisters didn't go away and after reading so many things about the test. I tried HIV DNA test and came back negative. what do I have. I think I have something but don't know what I have. Because of that moment i think I may have STD dicease but what I have. I have been trying to get an doctor appointment. Please advise.
| Response from Dr. McGowan
Thanks for your question.
Receiving oral sex would not place you at significant risk for HIv infection (assuming you had no open wounds/sores on your penis).
Also, the negative tests done (now 2 years) after the incident confirm that your symptoms are not due to HIV infection. Herpes simplex or other viruses can be a common cause of what you describe. Discuss it with your primary care doctor.
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