Apr 29, 2013
GOOD MORNING SIR . i am a male 21 years of age. i am from india . sir i have sex with a callgirl on 28jan 2013 during sex my condom broke and exposure was for a very short time period hardly 6-9 seconds . By end of ferbruary i notice puss like discharge from my penis. i feel really scared. i undergo a tri dot hiv test at a private laboratory on 7th march . my test result was negative . on 15th of march once again i got myself tested at a goverment hospital tjis time a rapid test hiv test report again negative. on 21st of march i got tested positive for gonorrehea. my doctor prescribed me 400mg cefexime and 1gmazithromycin and anyi biotics for a week .in between i suffer from mild fever 99.2 c . my doctor again give me medication for another week. in between i don't suffer from any swollen lymph nodes , diarrehea , vomiting etc.but i got a white hairy tongue some time white part got reduce and some time it increases on its own. itiching on my testis, some times pain on tip of my penis. i again undergo a rapid hiv test at goverment hospital on 15 april 78 days after exposure again negative. some time i got burning sensation in my underarms NOW SIR MY QUESTION IS THAT 1.AM I AT RISK OF ACQUIRING BOTH GONORREHEA AND HIV AT SAME TIME 2.HOW MUCH PROBABILITY IS THERE A PERSON GOT TESTED POSITIVE AFTER GETTING TESTED NEGATIVE ON 78DAYS AFTER EXPOSURE 3.A NEGATIVE 84 DAYS OR 90 DAYS TEST IS DECESIVE OR NOT PLEASE HELP DOC Stop watching Featured Videos:
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LIZZIE LOU Apr 23, 2013 84 days is considered conclusive...your test won't change Reply 3 Comments Post a Comment
LIZZIE LOU Apr 23, 2013 84 days is considered conclusive...your test won't change Reply
kaka316 Apr 23, 2013 To: LIZZIE LOU thanksss.... doc... but according to you am i at any kind of risk after you read my symptoms... i am very anxious .... sir. Reply
Vance2335 Apr 23, 2013 Your test is negative, you don't have HIV Reply
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Response from Ms. Southall
Hi At any time you have sex you put yourself at risk for all of the sexually transmitted infections. With the condom breaking this increased your risk. Your testing is conclusive that you do not have HIV. The guidelines for HIV testing is to be tested initially at 3 weeks post exposure then again at 90 days, as long as there are no other exposures during this time the test results are conclusive.
I would recommend that you continue follow up with your health care provider for treatment for the gonorrhea and ensure that it completely clears up. Having another active STI does increase your risk of HIV acquisition and all of the other STI's.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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