Anonymous
I have got the answer from you regarding my situation under the same topic by no risk when touching wet vagina with my finger, where some cracks are there

I had some flu like symptoms 10 days after the incident mainly sore throat and got Bell's palsy at the day 19th

I have got tested then (day 19th after the incident) by NAAT test, and the results came negative

Is that negative result conclusive, however the symptoms? Or Does any probability the results might turn positive later?

Awaiting your feedback
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Anonymous
Hi there, and thanks again for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for your HIV/AIDS related health information.

Touching a vagina with your finger is indeed a no risk activity, even if your fingers were cracked. HIV cannot transmit this way.

As for the symptoms you are experiencing, we at AIDS Vancouver are not healthcare providers, so cannot comment on them. However, HIV infections are never diagnosed based on symptoms alone, simply because the symptoms of an HIV infection are quite common to many other common medical conditions. Testing is the only way to diagnose an HIV infection. If you're concerned about any symptoms you're experiencing, we'd encourage you to see a healthcare provider.

If you've had no other encounters in this period, considering the risks involved in this situation we'd say the results of that test are conclusive, meaning the results accurately depict your status.

Thanks for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline with your question, we hope it has been answered fully.

Trevor

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online

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