|please doc answer me, you know me and know i always donate
Dec 14, 2009
My only question its about a 4 months zoviraz regimen to prevent hsv 2 if affect the Elisas test?. 9 weeks ago i hada tiny risky interocurse with a tranny. Oral sex with a uknown condom status. An i said UKNOWN becuase, i dont saw if the condom was used. Why? becasue i ask her to take a condom while y was preparing for the blow job so i never saw when she was putting the condom i only saw when she already have it. So im thinking in a used condom imagine 1 o 2 hours ago before my intercourse recepetive oral sex, any fluid outside the condom ( The part i sucked) will be dried and then any fluid expoused to air lose the capacity of infection right? I know its a stupid question because re use a condom It's not easy. I really rather doubt this happened. But because i never see when he take out the condom im thinking the worst.
No ejecaulation. I took a 4 months elisa 4th generation and 5 weeks elisa 3th generation after the expousure. Both Negative.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
I already responded to your question about Zovirax. (See below.)
Your fears about a used condom resulting in an HIV risk from your oral sex tranny-shack sexperience are completely unwarranted. The HIV-transmission risk is nonexistent.
I agree the chances the condom was reused are beyond remote!
Your four-month negative ELISA test is definitive, conclusive and WOO-HOO-able, OK?
Be well. Happy Healthy Holidays!
Zovirax 4 moths regimen Dec 14, 2009
Doc i hope you enjoyed your vacation, question, Zovirax 4 moths regimen to prevent hsv2 afect hiv elisas test?
Response from Dr. Frascino
Actually, I wasn't on vacation, but thanks for the good wishes nonetheless!
Zovirax taken anytime will not affect HIV ELISA tests!
Be well! Happy Holidays.
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