Welcome to our Forum. I have reviewed your multiple earlier interactions on the HIV Prevention Community site where you have repeatedly received accurate assessments and sound advice. Most commercial sex workers do not Have HIV, UNPROTECTED exposures only lead to transmission about once in every 1000 sex acts and condom protected sex such as you had is SAFE sex with virtually no risk of HIV. Furthermore, there is no risk for HIV related to your masturbation of this person with your finger.
If your symptoms had been due to HIV, your HIV blood test would have been positive less than a week after the symptoms began., This was not the case, PROVING that you did not get HIV from your April encounter. Please understand that the symptoms that you had were non-specific symptoms which could have any number of other causes, including being due to anxiety and that when symptoms and test results do not match up, the tests are virtually always correct.
It is now time for you to accept the fact that your no risk exposure did not lead to HIV infection and work to move forward. I hope that my comment will help you to do this. EWH
thanks you doctor, but one always looks at symptoms, and I had reason to believe what my body tells me.
the joint pain was very pronounced week 4
the sore throat and tightness to swallow at week 7 until now
and now a rash that appeared on my chest all of a sudden now it's gone.
all this things mess with my mind, but if you say my DUO test should have shown all this stuff then I believe you, thank you again
sorry, I mean the finger prick test not the Elisa test. Those results I get on Friday
Your finger prick tests will be negative, proving that you did not get HIV from the exposure you have described. Take care EWH
Sorry no, the finger prick test was the one I got on the 5th or 6 week