Hi, I feel very dumb first of all, but here is my question.
I'm 25, gay male. Six weeks ago, i hooked up with a guy online. He is 24. We had safe sex, i was insertive partner, however the condom broke briefly for maybe 3-4 minutes. It was only the tip that broke so i didn't realize it for awhile.
I thought nothing of this incident because my partner told me he was in a monogamous relationship and had only had one sex partner prior to me, for a total of two partners. further he stated he was tested 1 month prior to our meeting, together with his boyfriend. both were neg.
Here is the kicker. I really did not take my exposure too seriously, in fact i donated blood to the Red Cross yesterday, my first time giving blood.
During the procedure, i was asked all sorts of questions and i answered them all, totally not thinking of the fact that i just had a risky exposure.
Now i am afraid i did something very stupid that could put others at risk. I called my partner, he was very angry at the suggestion that he might not have been honest about his HIV status. Basically i am pretty sure he would not lie, and if he is not lying, there is very little chance that he somehow is mistaken about something as important as his HIV status.
I know the Red cross performs antibody and something called nucleic acid test (NAT?).
So my questions are:
1. Should I call them to warn them about this exposure? it really did not occur to me that i had seriously been at risk until i saw a newspaper headline about AIDS.
2. Because the Red cross tests all units of donated blood, if they do not contact me about my donation, can i assume they tested the blood and it was negative? I intend to get tested on my own, but i wasn't going to do that until my next physical in April.