Around 2 years back I had an exposure of HIV. My action was that I got masterbation from a prostitute. I sucked her breast. I dont know whether there was any breast milk or not. But let there be breast milk. I did not do any other thing means no sex nothing.
After 4-5 days i had various symptoms which still continues. Symptoms like.. Armpit paining (like pinning, growining area paining, Neck and shoulder node pain) muscle twitching, some sound in stomach (Still today it is there), Whitining of Tongue (Still there), Headache, fatigue, skin rash( I think) which is still coming white pimples like o n face and desapear in 3-4 days. Taste of mouth changed.
After around 2 years day before yesterday i went for Anti HIV (BY ELISA) testing which claimed to detect both for HIV p24 Antigen and HIV1/2 Antibodies .
Result shown is 0.08 (<1.0,Nnon-reactive.) for HIV
I also undergone test for HBSAG. That also by Australia Antigen. that also Non reactive. Value-0.01 (Non Reactive <0.05).
Now I want to confirm
1) wheather this is confirmative result?
2)How much I can trust on accuracy of ELISA for HIV?
3) Do I need other type of testing?
Please suggest. I have to go for medical check up for my JOB. I want to get marry in next few month. please guide me.
"Around 2 years back I had an exposure of HIV. My action was that I got masterbation (masturbation) from a prostitute. I sucked her breast. I dont know whether there was any breast milk or not. But let there be breast milk. I did not do any other thing means no sex nothing. "
HIV is not and cannot be transmitted that way. Testing for it would be a waste of resources and emotional energy.
But, since you asked...yes an ELISA antibody test at three months exposure would be the appropriate test for someone that actually had a real risk. But you are not someone who had a risk and hence, you do not need to test!
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