Over the summer I was dating a young woman (25) for acouple of weeks. In terms of sexual activity, we started off the physical relationship by oral sex. I never "went down" on her, but she gave me oral sex mulitple times. I know this risk is low, but I remember that she told me she sometimes vomited throughout the week because of anxiety, which makes me concerned that her throat was cut or ruptured regularly, thus increasing my risk.
Also, we had sex about four times, all of which were protected except one time the condom broke and I did not realize it until I had pulled out. What makes this worse is that this girl is not who I thought she was, and through friends I have learned that she is not the most innocent girl in town. I confronted her about std's and she said she was fine, but I have a hard time believing her, although I hope no human would have the nerve to lie about something as serious as this. Also, i usually put the condom on after I had fingered her, so some fluid, while I imagine it had to have been dry, could have gotten on the inner lip of the condom before I unrolled it. Ridiculous, I know. What anxiety will do. I did, however, take showers directly after each encounter if that makes any difference.
I know the girl uses drugs, but not needles. While I hate to say this, she had a rough past and was sexually abused once in her early twenties, which I am not sure increases the risk for her to hiv or not. We no longer speak, however, so the chances of getting test results from her are 0. My best estimate says that I last had sex with her Aug. 15. I just got tested for HIV on the 8th of Oct., so it was roughly 8 weeks after possible exposure. As usual there is a question over the window period, is 8 weeks (a little short) a sure negative or would you recommend, based on the circumstances, another test at 3 months? Thank you for your recommendation.