i am a 26 year old male.
i had an unprotected vaginal sex once with a woman. 3 weeks later i took the combo test. it was negative.
with our next encounters with the same woman i put a condom, but sometimes my penis touched her vagina (with no penetration) before i put it on. also 1 time she put her finger in my mouth right after the finger was in her vagina.
my questions are:
1. are my chances for HIV exposure high?
2. how reliable is the combo test? can i feel just alittle optimistic until i take the ELIZA test?
3. i am circumcised. is this had any effect on the odds of getting HIV??
hi... i saw your blog. and i say i will share my story with you.... a month a go i had unprotected sex with a girl i really love we are still together, she had a partner before me and they had unprotected sex as well. she take an hiv test since the start of the new year the result were negative. O.. i was a virgin before i had sex with her so i know i was clean before i had sex with her.. well she is clean...but i noticed a white stuff at the back off my tongue it cant be wipe of or any thing i was not on any medication or anything so i don't think that cause it.... the other day i had sex with her using a condom and after that i saw some small bruise on my penis shaft the did not pain or anything and in three days they were gone...but am a little bit worried and i would love if you could give me any advise am 18 i noticed the other morning i saw some white thick look fluid coming from out my penis...it smell like semen so i did not really worry but it came back out this morning again this time it came out watery like but it dont have any bad smell or any thing... do you think am ok..or am just over reacting
You need to start your own thread and we will be able to answer your questions, But as for a short answer.
You had unprotected sex and this means you were put at risk of HIV. When she tested Neg. she could of been in the window period. Have her test again for peace of mind and you should test as well in 3 months time just to be sure.
Always use condoms until you are both tested and 100% sure of your status
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