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Hi in Sydney I recently had an episode with 2 prostitutes, I was really drunk at the time and don't remember much but I do remember them putting a condom on me. What I'm concerned about given I can't remember is if it came off etc
My wife is pregnant and I'm scared of having sex with her in case I caught HIV
Should I be concerned?? Is a test after 2 weeks accurate at all?
Actually they have rapid Hiv test where you can get results the same day but
Sometimes the virus doesn't show up right away its best to test every three months to be sure please be more careful next time Hiv is out here tough and all it takes is once to contract it prostitutes are high risk especially when drugs and alcohol are involved
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