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Penis Rubbing To Vagina With Vagina Fluid Can Cause HIV

Question: 

A Few days ago , I had sex with a SexWorker(Most probably She is from Philippine ) in Bharian . Only for one time and after that I am in fear of HIV.
First of all I don't know if that girl has HIV or not . I kissed her and also fingering then I try to put my penis without condom , but it's not happened as it was not as hard that will go smoothly then I try to make it hard with my hand and touches the vagina Lips with penis (foreskin pull back) where vagina fluid present, and within few mnts I ejected in top of vagina with rubbing my penis without insertion in fact not get time to insert . Her vaginal fluid touches my penis top my Urethra ..

I am still in a trauma. I rubbed my penis on the lips of a vagina . Vaginal fluid touches my penis top means urethra WITHOUT PENETRATION .

Is that any chances to get HIV+. Please help me out , I am very scared. What should I do now.

I did several test,
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 33 days Its showing only one line in C (with fingertip blood)
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 40 days Its showing only one line in C (with fingertip blood)
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 42 days Its showing only one line in C with fingertip
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 45 days Its showing only one line in C with fingertip
Then on 49 days : HIV 1/2 & P24 Combo(CMIA) from LALPathLab : 0.23 Non-Reactive.
Then Day 52 : HBsAg SeRUM (CMIA) from LALPathLab INDIA : Non-Reactive
Then Day 52 : HCV SeRUM (CMIA) from LALPathLab INDIA : 0.07 Non-Reactive
Then Day 52 : HIV 1 RNA QUANTITIVE (Real Time PCR) from LALPathLab INDIA : Target not detected Copies/ml
Then Day 56 : HIV 1/2 & P24 Combo(CMIA) from LALPathLab INDIA : 0.24 Non-Reactive.

As I work in GCC region so after 84 days I can only able to take rapid home test at 84 days ,should I go for that or my above test are conclusive ?

Please suggest ... I can't Sleep,can't work .
Please help me out to understand the result accuracy % and risk.
Should I continue sex with my wife without protection ? Am I free from HIV 1/2 ??

Answer: 

Hello and thanks for reaching out to the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

We are happy to provide some information for you, about the accuracy of your test results. We understand that because you are concerned about your own HIV status, you would like to know whether or not it is safe to engage in unprotected sexual intercourse with your wife. Here at AIDS Vancouver we suggest both partners engaging in unprotected sexual intercourse be tested for HIV, and know their status, as the safest measure.

You mentioned that you carried out several HIV tests. We cannot speak to the results of your Rapid test because we do not know what one line would indicate on that test. However, in the event that a home-test is taken or that test results are not clear, we always suggest partnering with a healthcare provider to confirm or clarify your status. Since you had taken some other tests through a lab, we can go with what we know about those test results, which indicate you have not acquired HIV through your exposure with the commercial sex worker.

We know that the other tests you took, including the 4th Generation EIA and the RNA NAAT test, have provided you with very accurate results:

  • the 4th Generation EIA has an early detection component that can tell us if HIV has been acquired within 28 days of exposure

  • the 4th Generation EIA has an antibody detection component that can give accurate results after 28 days of exposure

  • the RNA NAAT (Nucleic Acid Amplification Test) can give accurate results as early as after 10 days of exposure

  • You have carried out these HIV tests at 49 days, 52 days, and 56 days after exposure. Each time, they have indicated that you have not acquired HIV, We believe these are a good indication of your status since more than 95% of people who carry out an antibody HIV test between 4 and 6 weeks of exposure get accurate results and also, the substance detected by RNA NAAT tests (viral RNA) would surely be detectable 52 days after exposure.

The results of your HIV test will probably not change between 56 days and 84 days of exposure. The safest measure would be to re-test after 84 days of exposure to achieve conclusive results, perhaps together with your wife. We would also like to mention that the activities you engaged in (fingering, kissing, non-insertive masturbation) do not usually transmit HIV; another reason why we believe your test results are accurate.

You can learn more about HIV Risk and Activities here! We have also included this resource, where you can learn more about how to start a conversation, and how to do routine STI testing here, for your future reference. Thanks again, for reaching out to the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

Sincerely,

Marta

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