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Dec 30, 2012
Dear Sir, My name is anand,I am 32 yrs single.....I have one concern in my mind actually I had a unprotected physical relation (once) with a 33 yr unmarried lady...to whom i hardly know about her..as we met 1st time,since then i m very much disturbed as i have no idea how many times she has done with how many..even i have asked same to her but she only accepted that i had a relation with 1 married guy from 3-4 years before you. Sir, I have query that,during intercourse(without protection) with her I ejected my sperms out side.(not inside her).so plz let me know does it matters ejected sperms inside or outside as far as STD/HIV concern?....Or if it is matters then what should i do?? Should i go for tests?? if yes then what type of tests ?and where?........
Request for suggestion and help
Response from Ms. Southall
HI From what I understand from you question you had unprotected sex. This puts you at risk for HIV transmission and so yes you need to be tested. The guidelines for HIV testing are to be initially tested at 3 weeks post exposure then again at 90 days if this test is negative then so are you. I would recommend not just HIV testing but for all of the other sexually transmitted infections.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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