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Whats up Dr. H.H.H. Need some stats from you if you don't mind. On may 31 first i had an encounter with a sex worker. While receiving oral sex towards the last ten seconds before i ejaculated i felt some pain. Sure enough when i was done and in the shower i noticed 2 small cuts that were bleeding on the side of my penis closer to the shaft. Her oral health was poor thats why i'm a lil paranoid. I was wearing a condom however i don't know if her tooth simply poked through or if the condom broke. 7 days after i had a few small bumps on my penis that disappeared for days later and since then i have had a burning feeling in and around the glans (glands) penis and the rectum. i also have some anxiety maybe its because of that. i was just wondering i got tested for my stds at 4 and 7 days all negative and an hiv hep c test 6 weeks and two days which was also negative. can you please tell me if std or hep c delay seroconversion or is my test conclusive at this point and what are my risks in terms of the situation. thanks in advance
I'm no doctor but regardless of what a doctor tells you, you probably won't lose the anxiety until you go in and get tested again. A negative at 6 weeks would be a really good indication that you are negative. Also, if you weren't exposed to the sex worker's blood, there is no way you could get HIV from that person. Hope this helps.
That was an incorrect assessment. Paranoid733, was not at risk of contracting HIV from oral sex even if he did have teeth marks from receiving oral sex that broke the skin. HIV is not transmitted in that manner.
Teak, perhaps you should read my response a little more throroughly and try to be fair to Paranoid733 by finding a better place for those kinds of remarks. I'm not here to steal your "thunder", I just want to help people that are in the same situation that I was once in.
Paranoid733, I apologize for both Teak and I. I strongly hold my opinion that you were not exposed to HIV.
I have been in a really bad way for days over hiv risk which teak and others rightfully class as pretty non existent. for me in high school there was no sex ed on hiv and i spent days online looking up symptoms and getting very stressed.
I'm sure you will be okay and take it from someone who worries too much try and chill
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