Hello everyone , I would like to share my possible exposure
Yesterday I had vaginal intercourse with a girl and I used condom for the entire activity .but the problem is that I had an open cut on my penis which I suppose was covered with the condom . I ejaculated in the condom and even checked the leakage by filling it with water . Now I am a little worried because of the cut and my specific questions are as follows
1. Can HIV be transmitted through a cut on the penis even if it is covered with the condom
2. How does condom breakage checked
I request the experts in the forum to please answer the my questions
I am in the third week of my exposure and I am experiencing a needle like pain and irritation on my back only when I lie down for the last 5 days with no visible rash or pimples on my back , and what's freaking me out is the possibility of shingles .now my specific questions are
1. Can shingles be a symptom of acute hiv infection .
2. When does rash appear after the pain in case of shingles.
I am extremely worried hence would request the experts to please respond .
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