Am I a paranoid?
Mar 10, 2010
I had one protected sex on june 1st 2001 with a sex worker . But to my horror I found that my condom was broke and noticed blood on the tip of penis. 2 years 9 month from that I went for my blood test for the purpose of visa in dubai. Which I got the certificate as medically fit for residence. again on June 2007 I had another blood test for my visa renewal which also came back as fit for residence.During the whole 9 years I never had any sex other than with my wife and I lived a perfect life. My wife also got visa after that and she also tested two time in 9 years. Is there anything I still need to be worried about that episode? I will be donating $25 by end of march to your institute
Response from Dr. Frascino
Your and your wife's repeatedly negative HIV tests out to nine years from the time of your one-time protected sexual episode with a pro are definitive, conclusive and WOO-HOO-able. HIV is not your problem. No way. No how. Further worry is not warranted. You have overwhelming and irrefutable proof that you dodged the HIV bullet, OK?
Yell WOO-HOO and stop worrying!
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