I originally posted on the STD forum but I wanted to ask a follow up on this forum as I have recently developed symptoms consistent with HIV.
It started as a sore throat yesterday and is now a full blown fever. The sore throat remains as well as aches and pains particualry in my back although my whole body is aches and i have the shakes and shivers. I also have stomach pains. Moreover I have developed a rash on my back.
I am really beside myself with this and my mental health is deteriorating. I am frequently breaking down in the bathroom and am gripped with fear of losing my wife and kids, destroying our family and my lives ones lives.
Four weeks ago, I was on a bachelor party and stupidly had an alcohol fuelled threesome with 2 prostitutes. This was in a legal European brothel that seemly offered sex on an industrial scale so I am sure these were two very high risk people.
I had sexual intercourse with both girls and wore a condom throughout. Also in an alcohol induced moment of madness, I performed unprotected oral sex on one of the girls including rimming.
I struggle to explain my behaviour except to say that I have a long standing problem with alcohol that causes me to make very poor decisions an I found myself in a dangerous environment and made a very poor decision.
I feel a sense if deep shame, this is the first time I have had sex with prostitutes and the first time I have had sex outside of marriage.
Due to work commitments I had planned to go for a full STD check at the beginning of June. However these new symptoms have me a nervous and emotional wreck and I really have to know now (if possible) if I have a serious STD such as HIV. I cannot look my kids in the eye without feeling like I'm going to lose them and the damage I may have done to their lives.
If I were to get tested this week how accurate would the results be in terms of
HIV? I have read that 4 weeks is too soon?
I have also read that there are new more accurate tests but as I like in the UK and will be using the NHS I assume their testing methods will be the traditional methods rather than a new fancy next gen test.
I'm sorry to go on and on but I am in a dark dark place right now.
You are absolutely right and I apologise if the wording of the post caused offence. I fully acknowledge that it was my own choices that put me in this position.
Do you have any comment with regard to the accuracy of HIV test after 4 weeks? Or any other comment on my symptoms. The rash on my back is worsening and I still have a fever, sore throat and aches and pains.
I had unprotected sex with hiv positive woman,3time under 5hours i dont no that she is positive we are planing to get marry and this incident happen, i went to test after 33day and the result was negetive,i dont undastand the test at 4week same said that is acurate some said that is not,doc,when is acurate
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