Sex after ejaculation
Sep 10, 2003
My friend called me the other night worried that he could be infected. He was with another boy that had topped him with a condom, then pulled out, ejaculated on him and then stuck it back in him for a few minutes without the condom on. This dude then told my friend that he was HIV+. My friend went to get tested 3 months after and the test came back undetermined. He is due to get retested. So why would a test come back undetermined? Hes so scared.. Thanks for your help.
Response from Dr. Frascino
The "and then stuck it back in him for a few minutes without the condom on" part is worrisome and does place your friend at risk for STD's including HIV. Since the other dude just shot a load, we can assume there was still some spunk leaking out immediately after he ejaculated. The statistical risk, because your friend's partner is confirmed to be HIV-positive, is from 0.1 to 3 percent.
An "indeterminent" result means the test can't distinguish if the person is positive or not. It does not mean he is definitely positive (or definitely negative either). Repeating the antibody test and/or getting a PCR will determine if HIV transmission has occurred or not. For now, your friend must wait for the results of those follow-up tests and hope for the best. We'll hope with him. Stay close and support him through this challenging time. We're here if you need us for additional advice.
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