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Has HIV been isolated in in woman's vaginal/ cervix secretions?
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My last post was whether or not a fever during ars fluctuates or stays constant. This question I am asking whether HIV has been isolated in vaginal fluids.
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That was in another post that was not answered. It is just that people say you can't get HIV when it comes out of the body because it becomes inactive. Where as the docs here pretty much don't say that. The docs say that there has to be sufficient amount of the virus in the fluid to transmit.
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Did you have an exposure?
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I don't know. But I got all the main symptoms. I came in contact with vaginal fluid and the girl rubbed it against the inside of my penis tip. The tip of the penis was very sensitive and irritated.   I did not have vaginal sex or anal sex. The symptoms, were fever, slight body aches, nodes pulsating, some nodes on neck, and loss of appetite, slight sweating at night.
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My symptoms with nodes started 2weeks post. They have subsided. But I think I feel one under my jaw line.
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You never had a risk of contracting HIV.
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Well I read other posts here including   Nursegirls post and guidelines. According to those I should not have a risk. Could the fact that she   Rubbed it against the inside  in its weak condition of my penis be deemed   "gotten inside me " like when people have vaginal sex? I am also uncircumsized and my penis had was rubbed hard and irritated and my penis foreskin was eventually rolled over head with fluids inside. The reason why ask is because these girl I suspect uses drugs and sells her body on weekends. If she fingered herself deep inside could she have put cervix fluids on me? And based on above events exposed me? Last question. Cause those symptoms seem like ars.
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You just said you didn't have penetrative sex. Which is it? Did you or did you not have unprotected penetrative sex?
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"Could the fact that she   Rubbed it against the inside  in its weak condition of my penis be deemed   "gotten inside me " like when people have vaginal sex? I am also uncircumsized and my penis had was rubbed hard and irritated and my penis foreskin was eventually rolled over head with fluids inside. " when I said that was to illustrate that the fluids were rubbed inside my tip. I DID NOT HAVE ANY VAGINAL OR ANAL SEX WITH HER. I AM ABSOLUTELY SURE ABOUT THAT. But that is how guys having sex with girls get HIV when it goes inside them. That is what I feel happens when she rubbed her fluids inside me when she was rubbing me. Hand fingers only. Plus if she was fingering herself could she touch her cervix fluids and rub that in me in my penis weak condition?
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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.

You had no risk of contracting HIV.
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Ok. So the fact that I had symptoms similar to ars is IRRELEVENT. THE fact MY PENIS tip ( inside was irritated) is irrelevant. The fact that my penis head was rubbed hard and irrirritatedis irrelevant. The fact that my foreskin covered my head afterwards is irrelevant. The fact that she had little or a lot of fluids in fingers is irrelevant. Because I had no risk?
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THE FACT IS.. YOU NEVER HAD A RISK PERIOD.
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