|Dark Future or bright Future
Feb 16, 2010
I went to a chinas massage place 3months ago and I did a massage without any sex activities but after the massage I have noticed they didn't change the towel which I was laying on for 1 hour naked which was the same one been used for the previous customer and the time between 2 customers was around 15 minutes and I did remember the towel was wet maybe with the penis fluids of the previous customer and after the massage I have noticed small open wounds on my penis because I shaved that area in that day. After 10 hours of the massage I was nervous and I went quickly to do HIV Rapid test which came positive then I did another Elisa test in the same day and came negative and he did another PCR DNA & western Bloat 6 weeks later and came negative finally after 10 weeks I did another Elisa test which came negative, 1-do you think I got HIV infection from touching other person fluid if he is HIV+ with my open wounds and my penis for around 1 hour that is why the 1st test rapid test was positive? 2- do you advise me to do another Elisa test after 3 months which is ( window period ) of that massage day 3- do think those tests are enough to confirm that the 1st one was a real false positive?
Thanks a lot in advance
P.S. I didnt have any unsafe sex for 5 months except with my fiancé who we will get married in 1 month and I just donated 40 USD to your non profitable foundation.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
1. No, absolutely not.
2. The guidelines continue to state HIV-antibody tests taken prior to the three-month mark are not conclusive or definitive.
3. Yes, absolutely.
Thank you for your donation to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org). It's warmly appreciated.
Be well. Stay well.
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