|Home Access Fears
Mar 11, 2006
Doctor Frascino, I am a miltary officer who had two low risk encounters about 6 months ago and I cant put it out of my head. I had protected vaginal sex with some mild "frottage" and unprotected oral. Then in another port I had a protected oral encounter with a sex worker while I fingered her, I then masturbated with some of her vaginal fluid likely on my hand. I took one home access test at about 9 weeks from the first incident and 6 weeks from the second, I took another home access 13 weeks from the first and 10 weeks from the second. How reliable could I consider my negatives, I have been able to let reason calm me down most of the time but I sometimes get panic attacks just thinking about it. I am a huge fan of this site, it has helped me give initial advice to alot of my subordinates, I have contributed for over two years, Thank you for all you do.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Your HIV risk is extremely low at best. Your negative tests to date are very encouraging and definitively rule out HIV transmission for the protected vaginal/frottage/unprotected oral adventure (13-week negative test).HIV transmission for the second episode protected oral/finger play/masturbation with vaginal fluids can be ruled out when you have a negative test at the three-month mark. The odds are astronomically in your favor that you did not contract HIV from this minimal potential exposure, particularly with a negative 10-week test!
Thanks for your contributions (www.concertedeffort.org), and for giving appropriate information to your subordinates.
Stay well. (Yes, I do believe you are indeed well.)
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