Dec 28, 2010
I had a sex with sex worker. She start with oral sucked my balls & penises then i wear condom and done the safe anal & virginal sex same time i was drunk so i don't know i had a cut like bitten in my penises ball skin. When I had sex suddenly after 30 mintus i taken a hot bath then i saw the cut then i went to VCT they given me PEP so how it is efficient after how long in need to go for test i mean what is maximum windows period. because i going to married in next 3month so 3month is enough. please help me out i need not to destroy some one life. if PCR test will work after one moth.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
The sex worker sucked your "penises"? Exactly how many do you have?
Your HIV-acquisition risk is exceedingly low based on the information provided.
PEP can help avoid or abort a HIV infection when there has been a significant HIV exposure, but it is not 100% effective. A full course of PEP is 28 days in duration. Post-PEP HIV testing guidelines recommend HIV-antibody testing at four to six weeks, three months and six months from the date of exposure. PCR testing is generally not recommended for HIV-diagnostic screening.
If you are worried about HIV, you need to level with your fiancée and use latex condoms with her until your negative status can be reconfirmed (six months).
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