Mutual Masturbation with saliva (Maybe blood involved)
Hello everybody. 32 days ago I had mutual masturbation with a high risk person, I don`t know if she is pos. or neg.
She spited on her hand and masturbated me, my fear is if she have amount of blood in her saliva, I was drunk and was dark, so not possible to see. this week I had a week sore throat and a week fever.
Should I got a test? Is this a exposion?
Your guessing that some blood came into contact which most likely it didn't. Even if it did saliva breaksdown the virus and thus renders it unable to infect. And it takes more then a little of something.
Today, 6 weeks from the exposure, of masturbation with saliva. I`ve made the ELISA today. Tomorrow will receive the results. I`m really scared and afraid of become positive. What do you guys think?
And how secure is a ELISA at 6 weeks?
Thanks a lot guys !
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Sorry, I`m really scared and paranoid with fears of been infected.
My mind keeps thinking about the routes and the odds that can heapen.
Like some blood in her saliva could enter my urethra and cause the infection.
I know its silly, but my mind cant think like that. I was all day just thinking about been exposed. I`ts hard, I`m a OCD person. It sucks.
I got the result today, came negative, p24 exam, 43 days after the situation.
This exam is definitive, or should repeat at 3 mounths to be 100% good?
Sorry guys, last question about this.
Thanks again and sorry to bother you, its just because I`m alone, you are the only one I can talk about it.
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