I agree with those who you have asked before me- None of what you mention suggests HIV to me in any way. You did not penetrate her in any way and your exposure to her secretions was minimal. Thus this exposure is within the realm of masturbation which is safe sex. No risk to you for acquisition of HIV or any other STD. Please realize that in the course of masturbation miniscule amounts of genital secretions are inadvertently shared between partners, nonetheless there are no HIV transmissions which have occurred in this way, not ever.
Testing in Canada is accurate and reliable.
If you had HIV, you would have had a positive test at 8 weeks.
Enlargement of your spleen could be due to many other things but in your case is not due to HIV.
I have no idea about your testosterone/epitestosterone levels. This is not part of HIV. You should discuss with an endocrinologist, not on infectious diseases specialist.
Your wife's symptoms (vaginal itchiness, dryness, like your own (including your sweaty scrotum) are non-specific and do not suggest HIV.
Regarding anxiety/testosterone -again, ask an endocrinologist. This is not HIV although I do agree that you are anxious.
Other symptoms - anxiety, non-specific, not HIV.
This is not related to a bladder infection.
You should see an endocrinologist or general internist to discuss your concerns. This is not HIV. They can tell you of there is additional testing/evaluation that should be done for some sort of non-HIV problem. EWH
I am back for one quick question. Got test results back and all were Negative except for my Hepititis B said I had the infection sometime but now have antibodies against it. I don't remember getting this or getting shots for it but I may have.
Just wondering if what I described in my post would have been Hep B?
Would I have got sick that fast?
Thanks again for all you do with this site. All the people involved helped me out so much over the last 13 months. I felt like this was my only place to go to talk.
The illness you describe does not suggest acute hepatitis B. I think that you can assume that you got it at some time in the past and recovered. EWH
Last question there will be no others.
Could it have been fulminant hepatitis B?
Final Answer - no. Time for you to stop worrying and move on. EWH