Relax ! Your chances of contacting HIV are non existent. Protected sex means protected. Condoms provide 100% protection against HIV if they do not fail during sex, and yours remain intact as you did not mention about any failure.
Oral sex is a zero risk activity, not putting you at any risk of HIV. Your wife is fine because you are not infected, and you can not give something, you do not have
thanks for your quick response. As i said no condom failure, it was protected sex. but during oral sex with one of the girl(on 13/05/14) i had menstrual blood on my tongue. immediately got it cleaned with hot water and mouth wash liquid. i have no bleeding gums, but some times my checks come between my jaws and gets ruptured! as far as my memory goes during that time there was no rupture on my inner check. do i am at risk? to re-leave my self what test i need to take and at what time?
Performing oral sex on her does not put you at HIV risk either. Even if small blood came into contact of your tongue, it will not make any difference, because saliva carries a number of enzymes capable of inactivating HIV instantly. Secondly, HIV becomes inactivated as soon as exposed to ambient oxygen, therefore HIV transmission always takes place INSIDE the body without the infectious body fluids being exposed to atmosphere.You do not need any test
Thanks, i am happy and don't do any stupid acts here on. for academic interest would like to know, any person after real potential exposure, i mean person in window period can infect other fresh person? is there any vaccine or precautionary medicine available against HIV/AIDS?
Yes ! A person got infected, can infect others, regardless of the window period because the viral load shoots up to its peak before the formation of antibodies. No there is no vaccine available to date for HIV. Care is the only cure, known to mankind today. Abstinence, Be Faithful and Condom is the ABC of safe sex
This isn't the STD Forum.
could you please give your advice on this.
You do not have an HIV concern.
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.
HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug users
Mother to child