Jul 28, 2013
i have a protected sex with a sex worker 14 days ago. unfortunately i was having a wound near my lips and her saliva came in contact with it may b having little blood also in it. i have done hiv-1 proviral dna blood by pcr after 36 hours and hiv duo serum cmia after 7 days of exposure.do i am infected
| Response from Mr. Glenn
Thanks for your question,
Protected sex (where the condom in on for the full time and does not break), holds no risk for getting HIV.
A "wound" near your lips would have to be very significant to hold risk. But there would need to be something to get inside of that wound. Unless you have a specific reason to think there was blood in her mouth, there probably wasn't.
When you add all this together, it doesn't sound like you really had risk for HIV.
No risk = no HIV = no need to be tested.
Hope this helps!
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