Forgot to tell, I was tested negative before giving current medication
Same as when you took PEP the first time.
1. Your risk is relatively low. Dr. HHH has said that the prevalence of HIV in sex workers in Thailand is now less than 5% and that the risk of transmission from a single encounter is 1 in 2000, IF the partner is infected. When you do the math that comes to 1 in 40,000.
2. I can't answer that, sorry. That's a good question for your doctor.
3. Again, that question falls in medical territory that is not appropriate for this forum, sorry.
I recommend that you find an HIV specialist there (?), tell them your situation, and work with them on your PEP treatment and testing thereafter.
nPEP is taken for 28 days and the conclusive test for a person that has been on nPEP is 3 months AFTER their last dose of nPEP medication.
"Same as when you took PEP the first time"
Is this mean that the effectiveness of my second PEP should not be affected by the fact that I have alsready had one PEP?
What do you mean by "Single encounter" is this medically termed for one intercourse or just one penetration?
No. You took it for 28 days and I take it everyday.