The negative tests in both you and your wife prove with 100% certainty you did not acquire HIV from the exposure you describe. I can't guess the likelihood your Kuala Lumpur partner had HIV, but if she had it, you didn't catch it.
Properly treated, the standard chlamydia treatments are about 95 percent effective. New CDC advice (which I helped develop and have long recommended) is that both men and women with chlamydia should be re-tested about 3 months after treatment. This is termed "rescreening". But if a 3 month rescreening test is negative, you can be confident it will not come back.
Good luck-- HHH, MD
Hey Doc., I think it sounds like he is still waiting for the HIV results...or am I reading it wrong?
I think this man may have been HIV tested before the incident he is worried about-so HIV neg- then his trip- and now worried
I thought he meant he was tested for HIV and negative. If not and he tests negative now, same outcome--reliably uninfected.
Just a quick question
When his wife was tested during her papsmear
was her vaginal fluid used to test or blood or urine?
And can 1 urine sample test for all std's including Hiv?
Just to clear up my previous question. My wife and I are still waiting for the results of the HIV test. I wanted to find out what the chances are of testing positive for HIV considering my circumstances (unprotected sex with a "pro" who may be HIV positive). Sorry to string this out...
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