|follow up question after 3 months
Dec 18, 2013
hi this is follow up question i had romance wit my maid just masturbation n i rubbed my penis on her anus n tried to insert but it dint went inside but she was having menstrual cycle that time so her blood touched my penis tip i wiped it n she gave a blow job, her parents has died due to aids so i made her blood checked my j.mitra method she was negative even i got tested after 3 months from exposure even i was negative but now im getting continuous rashes on my body now whole body is itching all this has happen on 25 June 13 so 5 months passed from now, im getting tensed shall i get tested 1more time but when to test n by Wat method im really getting nervous very soon im getting engaged Wat should i do
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi The guidelines for testing are to be tested 90 days post exposure. The thing to remember is there are other sexually transmitted infections that you should be tested for. But as for HIV with your results coming back negative at 5 months, you are HIV free. With your continued symptoms I would recommend that you follow up with your health care provider for evaluation of the rash. But again your test results show that you are HIV free.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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