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Hi doctor. about 2 weeks ago i had sex with a prostitute in Vegas and i have no idea about her statue (could be anything) lets think she was HIV +. First i had unprotected oral sex which only she performed for me and protected vaginal sex. But 44 hours before sex, I cut the shaft of my penis during my shaving. but when i wanted to put the condom on my penis i realized no bleeding. and also after I finished I looked at the condom and my ejaculation was inside it. But i am not sure did the condom covered the cut area or not but i remember that i realized no bleeding on that time . 11 days after that I got sore throat, running nose and for one day fever 100. F. and night sweats. also some dry coughs and my voice some how changed. I got so scared. I just want to know the truth. would you please tell me whats the chance of catching HIV during this story which i described?
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You had no risk with the unprotected oral as well as the protected sex. Dont worry about the cut as well. I used to have this fear before.But facts are facts. Any cuts, nicks, lacerations and abrasions are not effective routes for hiv to infect you. These kind of cuts heal almost immediately from the inside out sealing the wound and preventing pathogens from going inside. Yours was 44 hours earlier. The cut would have sufficiently healed. You didn't have a risk.
Thanks. I hope my test result be negative.
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