Give It To Me Straight..I Am So Scared
Dec 2, 2006
I need something to reduce my terror. I had unprotected vaginal sex for about 30 seconds, it was just put it in and then put a condom on.
Now a few questions
1. What is my risk? 1 in 10,000? or is it worse
2. This is a different question, the girl which i am speaking of said she had a STD test completed, however she was not sure if they did an HIV. Her doc is not available for about 2 weeks? We live in Toronto and i know when i got my test done before they automatically wrote down HIV as soon as I said STD test. Now is this the norm in Canada or????
3. Is there anything I can do to calm my nerves?
PS: donation has been sent, your GOOD KARMA would be totally appreciated
Response from Dr. Frascino
1. Unprotected vaginal sex is unprotected vaginal sex! The risk doesn't change. The estimated per-act risk for acquisition of HIV from unprotected insertive penile-vaginal sex with a partner known to be HIV positive is 5 per 10,000 exposures. Your estimated risk would be less, as we don't know the HIV status of your partner.
2. I do not know what the "norm" is for your girlfriend's doctor's STD workup! Nor would I count on it. If you placed yourself at risk for HIV, you should be tested at the three-month mark. It really is just that straightforward.
3. The best thing to do to calm your nerves is to stop having unprotected sex!
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