|PEP not? Urgent! Please....
Sep 6, 2007
I have been reading your achieve quite frequently and you are indeed a noble soul!
10 days ago i have an unprotected insertive oral sex from a gal at a private club. The ordeal was less than a minute and as soon as i realized, i stopped the whole episode. I checked her mouth and there was no visible blood or anything unusual. I know the risk you posted is low but there is still risk.
Around 48 hours later, i managed to get PEP (zidovudine-200mg/day & lamivudine-200mg/day). I learnt from one of your comments posted, i went to have the gal tested and it was negative (ELISA).
Now i have been on PEP for 12days. Knowing she is from high risk group, should i continue PEP even she is tested Negative? Just to be on the safe side? I have gone thru the guidlines on PEP and it says i should stop PEP when the source is confirmed negative but what about if the source is still on window period? If i PEP is terminated now, should 3 months testing conclusive?
Extremely confused! PLEASE REPLY ...cant sleep and eat here!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
I would advise you discontinue PEP. In fact, I would not have advised you ever begin PEP for the type of potential risk you describe.
As for HIV testing, yes, a three-month test would be considered definitive.
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