Protected sex turned unprotected
Jul 14, 2012
Thank you doctor Ms Southall to reply on my query. I would also like to ask one more question following my previous question. On the second day of incident, my pregnant wife wanted to have sex, so we had it unprotected twice. So is she and baby also at any risk ? What should I do now. I cant tell what i have done last night to her. If I tested negative in both tests then there is no matter to worry for wife and baby both right ? Or should they also need to be tested ? Also you asked to do STI tests. Which all tests should i do in STI ?
I was filling tingling and random itching in any part of body, is that a symptom or virus?
I had no cuts or sores on my penis. But even if vaginal fluid come in contact of pink area of penis, still can that cause the transmission ? I am very much tested and feeling in hell. Please guide.
Response from Ms. Southall
Hi If your test are HIV negative then you are and there is no concern about transmitting HIV to your wife or child.
You just want to ensure that you are physically healthy to ensure that your wife and child are as well.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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