Please advise urgently
Jun 11, 2012
Recently while browsing through the internet i just got stuck with this hiv forum and since then i have developed a paranoia about my 3 year old incident
Please judege my sceanrio
I had a sex with a prostitue 3 years back in may 2009 .during the sex my condom broke just from the base but i was lucky enough to identify in say about less than 3-4 strokes and i remember the tip of the condom being intact also i had no cuts etc on my penis whatsoever
however just in less than 36 hours i developed a rash which resided in a day ( may be due to the fungi i found in my towel , or allergy to tea tree oil product which i had just started using a day before this event)
Other than that i had no ARS symptoms during 2-4 week .once i had a very very mild sore throat due to the fact i used to live on 25th floor and its always windy and used to talk on phone in the balcony which i simply got treated with hot water without any medication
Other than that over the course of 3 years i am healthy and gained a lot wight
Now my questions are
1).since i sternly remember the top of the condom was intact and i remember i definitely took it out say in less than 3-4 strokes . what are the chances of infection?
2).was th rash which occured in less than 36 hour(just a day after) after exposer was some sought of a indicator
PLEASE ADVISE what should i do this happed in may 2009 . your advise is really important
Response from Mr. Cordova
1. Not likely
You need to be tested for HIV. Anyone who is sexually active should be tested at least once a year. Preferably every six months. In addition, you should be tested for all other STD's. Taking control of your health is the only way to protect yourself and your partners.
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