good morning doctor. on march 14 i had protected oral sex with two sex workers at the same time. i havent done nothing else no anal, no vaginal ( just received bjob from them both). in the end i checked the condom for breaks and found nothing. Am i at any kind of risk for HIV?? today i fell sore trhoat...is it ARS? one more question....if i want to do P24 antigen when should i take it? thank you so much.
Thank you very much for your post.
There is no risk at all of HIV. Not only a condom was used, but all it was performed was oral sex. Therefore no risk of HIV infection at all whatosever and no need to be tested.
Symptoms have absolutely nothing to do with ARS; you did not have a risk and in fact it is far too early anyway to develop symptoms. No need to be tested. However if you still want to have the p24 Ag tested, you ought to wait at least 28 days. I can assure yo that it will be negative.
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