I met one guy he was from Nagpur in Bus in night ,when driver turned lights off he started to touch my body I refused.I first time,I am not gay, but he again and again done the same thing...I also starting responding ... I just touched his penis... he also touched mine ...But I ended by ejaculating so to collect the semen ,I have used my hand (that hand was initially on his penis so might be some pre cum was not there on my hand i guess) ,later I have Cleaned my hand with paper. He did not ejaculated...I am very frustrated with this thing I asked him he said don't worry Don't take tension???What should I do now ??i dont know whether he is Positive or not... After 5 days I went to To take HIV test And Reports were Negative they have used p24 test and used Tri DOT kit.In Report it is given that test may be repeated after 6 months ... I am very much Frustrated and can not concentrate on anything even cannot tell this to anyone...Please help me...Should I retest after one Month??? Please help me
Thanks for your reply .I will never never do such kind of mistake again and I will be very much responsible about my health.Last Question to u as you said that
For the possible HIV acquisition to take place, HIV+ bodily fluids (blood, pre-cum, semen, vaginal fluids, rectal secretions, breast milk) have to have direct access to the bloodstream.
I was having some cuts near my nails on my fingers(Those were Open dry cuts without any blood) during incident. Assuming his pre cum may have touched there. Is this a risk of contacting HIV....Please reply soon...
HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host (unlike many bacteria or fungi, which may do so under suitable conditions), except under laboratory conditions; therefore, it does not spread or maintain infectiousness outside its host.
HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug users
Mother to child
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