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can i get hiv by rubbing female ejaculation on my flaccid penis

a prostitute(dont know she hiv positive or not) pushed my brother down on floor and took my flaccid penis and rubbed it over her vaginal fluid(dosent penetrated)...and suddely pushed her and and escaped from her...she bit my lips...i shouted and a neighbour came for help...and she ran suddenly...this all happened in 5 minutes...i washed my penis with fresh water and brushed mouth...but after that i am worried if am affected...i had a fever for 2-3 days after 1 week of the incident...so i was worried got some pills from doctor...and tested elisa...bt was negetive...then 2 weeks later i went once more to doctor feeling body temperature...had full check up...and found urine infection...he gave anyibiotics...and it was cure in a week but i was too worried after that and i had no sleep and felt tired and weightloss...but checking weight i was normal...no loss was found...and for 1-2 mnths i am continuosly eating tablets for fever,ulcers,sleeplessness,urine infection(anti biotics)...now its 11 weeks from the incident...now i have toxins in throat...is that an hiv symptom or caused due to continuos antibiotics intake??
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Nomrisk from th exposures you describe. But get tested if you remain worried.
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can i get oral thrush like symptoms due to stomach ulcer pills or continous pills intake??
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I dont understand your question. Jsut remember no sex=no risk for hiv
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she rubbed my flaccid penis outside her vagina...just rubbed through the vaginal fluid...is it risky??
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Reread what i said no sex no risk. If your penis did not enter her vagina there is no risk.
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thank a lot for the answer...i was worried when the doctor i consulted wrote HIV fever as symptom and looked inside my mouth and told there are too many toxins in throat...took a throat scan...so all these made me too worried...he didnt even took ELISA test...bt i was worried when he wrote so in my symptoms
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got tested today...EIA method was used...checked for hepatitis B,C,HIV,syphilis...all results were negetive...today is 84th day...is this result reliable...or i should test once more after 6 months...
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Conclusive since you never had a risk for any of those.
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thank you so much for your answers...
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now i have small pimples on my penis...is that symptoms of any std...its has been 85 days after that incident...
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YOU NEVER HAD A RISK
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thank you
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i am worried that the doctor wrote "hiv fever" in my symptoms when i went to him before blood test....is EIA test after 84 days conclusive...should i get tested after 6 months...??
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i am worried if i hav any other stds..plz help me...
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sir...please do read my incident and help me with your valuable information
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Then get tested for other std's if you want to. As far as hiv is comcerned you do not have it. And if you feel the need to give you peaceof mind. Have a full panel std test. Nothing more we can add to that.
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thank you...i tested for hepatitis b,hepatitis c and syphilis too...they were all negetive...should i test for it after 3 more months...
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Please, enough.
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please dont get irritated by my queries...bt wen i went to an ART centre...there the doctor said...in kerala(india) elisa tests used will be conclusive after 6 mnths only...so u should check after 6 mnths...
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Sorry your doctor is outdated. No need for testing at 6 months. All test are conclusive at 3 months (3 months is also considered conservative). And finally you had no risk. So as james said. ENOUGH PLEASE. MOVE ON WITH YOUR LIFE.
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