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3986625 tn?1386835562
Vaginal fluid from condom to penis
Dear,
Sorry for my English, I'm from one of the third world. Africa,Ethiopia. May be in the HIV hotspot region.
I'm so glad to find MedHelp and be a member.

Ok here is my case. I had sex with a lady (not a prostitute actually) and had some deep kissing. (I had a bleeding gum but not bleeding at that time).

after I ejaculate I removed the condom and put a new one on almost immediately then continue.
My worry is that I may have contaminated the inside of the new condom from vaginal fluid that touch my fingers while removing the previous condom.  And the fluid which got from my finger to the inside of the condom may have rubbed against my penis during the act.

I have a got a standard antibody test. negative result, but its just after a week.
And waiting for three more months is been pure torture to me.

Its been 5 Weeks since the incidence now and no symptoms til now (no sore throat, or flu like).

My question is:

1. What is my risk of getting HIV or anything from this exposure?

2. Does the absence of symptoms entail something safe?

Please reply,  I'm dying of worries and sometimes  night mares.
I never had a sex before, may be that's why worried to much. Thank you.
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1.ZERO 2.Means nothing really--but you never had a risk anyway.
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3986625 tn?1386835562
Thanks a lot.
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You're welcome
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3986625 tn?1386835562
just one more question.

Does the deep kissing not considered as a risk?  If bleeding gums slightly, but I'm sure they weren't.

and If I have touched much of the fluid from the previous condom and then the contamination to the new condom can't be potential?
Thanks.
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Absolutely no risk from either.Saliva renders the HIV virus inactive & unable to infect you.
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3986625 tn?1386835562
Thank you, I feel relieved.
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You should because you never had a risk in the first place.
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3986625 tn?1386835562
That'a what I want to know. Thanks.
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3986625 tn?1386835562
Hello there, I have got a kind of sore throat today.

I've read that vaginal fluids inside a condom could be a potential risk for infection and worries come back all over.

What makes you sure the contamination inside the condom had no risk?
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3986625 tn?1386835562
I'm not sure if my situation differs.
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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 abusers
Mother to child
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3986625 tn?1386835562
Thanks a lot Teak,  

I think I have to stick to the facts.
I read you've telling us these a thousand times.
Thanks.
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