I've been exposed to HIV 47 days ago... my exposure was oral sex...i had oral sex with a shemale.... she gave me oral sex without a condom then i put on a condom but i freaked out and didn't penetrate then she took off the condom and gave me more oral sex (blow-job) till i came inside her mouth.... and these was some french kissing involved as well
and i've did these tests:
-HIV Ag/Ab after 13 days - NEGATIVE-CMIA
-HIV Ag/Ab after 38 days - Negative - CMIA
my question is:
1- Do i have to repeat this test now that i'm in the 47th day of exposure?
2- Is the CIMA better or the ELISA... or they are both the same thing?
reading this site...make me curios about HIV more.beside the infection way that were mentioned..i have a question...if some one`hand or other part of body bleed..and the blood contact with HIV virus directly,will a person be infected?or hiv become deactivate in the air?how much time does it take to be deactivate?
can it be a way in risk?
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