show courtesy on my life
Nov 14, 2010
sir i am 28 yr old man, please dont discard me,no one is ready to reply my post ,please i have believe in you dont discard me, sir i had a sex on 29 th jun with a prostitue in pattaya , first she did oral sex without condom and afterwards vaginal sex with condom again then oral sex without condom, i tested 3months later i.e on 3rd october HIV sreening test which was NEGATIVE, and again 9th october i had HIV ELISA & p24 antigen test which was NEGATIVE, now the question is i have to still wait for 3months to have another test ? or is there any other test that can done now to confirm hiv infection, my family seeing girls for marriage, sir i dont want infect others sir please help me whether i am able to marriage or not..please show your kindness on me, waiting for your reply
Response from Dr. Frascino
Your HIV-acquisition risk is very low, assuming the latex condom was used properly and did not fail (break). Unprotected insertive oral sex carries only a very small risk for acquiring HIV.
Your negative HIV tests out to three months are definitive and conclusive. HIV is not your problem. No further HIV tests are warranted.
Yes, you can get married without worrying about possibly infecting your spouse.
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