sex with servant
Jun 23, 2012
Kindly inform me actually 12 days back i have sex with my servant and i use two condoms but having sex i have some cut in my groin and her vaginal fluid touches that area when having sex,in the mean time i also lick three time near her ear,lips only upper area and near boobs.but i have some bleeding in gums.after all i wash with tissue paper than water.after that i am too much tense if i get infected with HIV.After 6 days i test my servant with antibody Hiv 1 and Hiv 2 the reports are negative.But after that incident i am not feeling well some headache and shivering. kindly help me any dangerous for HIV. What i do.go for new test after 3 months or conclude.kindly help me and reply urgent.
Response from Dr. Wohl
I am sorry, but even in places where there are servants, it must still not be considered correct to have sex with them or make them get an HIV test. Maybe I am just not old fashioned but I think this is wrong.
As to your specific question, if you have sex with a person who tests HIV negative by antibody tests there can still be a small chance this person is infected. This is because it takes a few weeks to develop the antibodies these tests look for. A negative test a month from now would indicate that she was not in such a window period.
Also, there are other infections that are transmitted sexually including syphilis that can cause symptoms in a sexual partner.
So, before your drag her in for testing, you should obtain her consent for the testing, and, yes, for the sex too.
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