If you believe you have been exposed to HIV and want help to judge your risk, would like advice about HIV testing, or have questions about the effectiveness of condoms or risks associated with specific sexual practices, this is the site for you.
I most recently received oral sex from male #1 who I did not know and ejaculated in his mouth. Male #1 had also kissed the area where my pubic hair is. During the ejaculation process, he had sucked hard o ensure all my semen was released. I have read statistics that saliva breaks down the HIV virus and could not be transmitted this way.
Shortly a few days after, I received anal penetration from male #2 who used a condom, however I did not know this individual. Male #2 ensured the condom was on, however I did not check if it was properly worn. Male #2 pulled out and ejaculated into the condom. Male #2 informed me that the condom did not break and tested with water.
I understand the window of detection via RNA blood test is 9-11 days after exposure sexual activities. Please advise if I were to take a test via RNA blood test that 11 days from the last date of exposure, would be sufficient time to detect the virus?
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