Had this one risky encounter. 10 years ago, I had an insertive unprotected anal sex with a men with unknown hiv status. It's only last about 3 or 5 minutes intercourse in his anal. that's the only encounter I have. Besides that, me and him only do mutual masturbation and oral. there's no other anal sex after that one. I'm quite worried about him as he have few other partners that i dont know of their hiv status.
After all these years, i havent any sex as I am stay single and dont have any partners.
I never had any HIV symptoms all these while and never fall sick badly. is there any risk from that exposure. scared to death now...should i do test now?
It's not that I waited for a decated to test, it just i'm very stupid back then and dont have quite knowledge on this matters.
I also dont know back then that HIV is having their assymtompatic period up to 10 years. when I've read this, that make me more scared to death....i tot once people get hiv, they're immediately showing their sign or symptom..
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