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'm going to the army soon, so before enlisting I was given a HIV screening at 10th Jan 2014. They called me back at 15th April and told me the result was indeterminate which my blood had to be drawn again for testing. On the same day, I went to get a rapid HIV test which I was asked to have a finger prick, the result came back in 20 minutes as negative.
My past sexual experience was with 3 sexual worker around oct to dec 2013, condom sex was performed but there's unprotected oral performed by her, tongue into my anus and me performing cunnilingus to her.
So what's the odd of me getting hiv positive from the 2nd test? And can I rely on the rapid HIV test?
I'm feeling terrible since knowing the news.
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