I have being researching several post in regards of the risk of performing oral sex on a woman (cunnilingus) i found some recen ones from Dr. Hook and Dr. HHH stating that risk is very low and close to zero , in my case i had an exposure on November 25th 2012 , i was kind of drunk and ended up performing oral sex to a stripper hired for a private party , a few days later i lost weight and had fever which was produced by stomach parasites , i was under medications for 2 months since i was not sure how risky my activity was so test on March 02 2013 ( i guess 97 days) in a lab the teest was an Elisa 3rd generation thats the one available in my country( central america El Salvador) which results were non-reactive , i didnt pay attetion to the situation until a friend died on October 2013 due to AIDS late stages which makes me wonder if :
1. was there any risk on my exposure ?
2 . were the results conclusive 97 days ? no further test needed ?
3. Non- reactive is same as negative ?
4. i was under senicdazol and omeprazole for parasites , those this affected results on the elisa test ?
I thankyou in advance for your replies and wish you all a happy 2014 :)
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