|Not a REPEAT QUESTION....NEED MORE ADVICE !!
May 30, 2013
I am a man who had PROTECTED vaginal sex with my new girlfreind on 5th March 2013. Always i have is protected sex with her (before this event also). After few days after 5th March (when we had protected sex) she tested positive. I am trying to figure out if i am on Risk status and if yes when to get tested????. I had a Rapid test (determine and unigold) after 7 weeks and 3 days (results Negative). Please also note....We had oral to where french kissing and she sucking and hand job me condom less.
Do you think the results can change further weeks ahead???
Dr your fast responce will be appreciated. I am just worried...cant eat well...cant do anything... Honestly cant just let myself free from this......one sneeze and i fear that i m infected....one cough and i fear i m infected and rush to check. BTW my last check was 7 week and 3 days.....(results negative)...had a Determine test !!!......Hope its conclusive !!! Man o Man...days arent passing !!!!!!!! hope to hear from you soon !!!!!! thanks
| Response from Mr. Cordova
Since you used a condom during vaginal sex, you effectively protected yourself against HIV. You should continue to use condoms for each and every act of vaginal or anal sex. In addition, I would suggest getting tested every three months just to be safe.
If you continue to use a condom for each and every act of penetrative sex then I am confident you will remain negative.
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