first of all here is my risk...
i had sex with a sex worker the oral was without condom,she licked my balls also my anal part. and i used condom for verginal next round again oral was unprotected, and i used condom for anal..i only inserted my penis in her *** for a min, i did not discharge, i pulled it out and change the condom...i put new condom on for verginal sex, i again didnot dischange, then she took the condom off and she dischaged me by giving oral and hand job....
now my sysmtoms..
a week after this, i started having flue like symptoms,,,almost 9 dayz after i started feeling sick, extreme diearea and vomiting..... then few weeks later i have a sour throat, few red tiny dots kind pimples on my stomach that hurt. i m getting stiff neck and pain in throat....
i read on the internet the condom are not always 100% for hiv, is it true,,,i used a lubricated condom which was not expired,
also can hiv trasmit thoguh oral, i recevied oral withour condom....
i m so worried...
now the tests..
the test i did was "a anti hiv is a chemiluminescent mictroparticle immunoassay for the simultaneous qualitative detection of HIV p24 antigen and antibodies to human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and/or type 2 in human serum.""elisa methoad was used/..
i have done 4of these test so far,,,
1st right after the sex, results, non-reactive, and viral load is 0.8
2nd 5 days after results non-reactive and viral load is 0.9
3rd 2 weeks after results non reactive and viral rate is 0.10
last 23 days after, results non reactive and viral rate is 0.12
thank you
Hi there and thanks for using the AIDS Vancouver online helpline as your source of HIV/AIDS related information.
First off, I am glad to hear that you are using a condom to protect yourself against STIs! Even though condoms are never 100% effective (but really close!), if used correctly and consistently, there is a low risk of HIV transmission, even if your partner happened to be HIV+. It is also important to note that receiving oral sex, even without a condom, is considered a negligible risk for HIV transmission. This means there has never been a confirmed report of HIV being transmitted in this way. This is because there needs to be an HIV+ fluid present, such as blood or sexual secretions, and direct access to the bloodstream, through unprotected vaginal/anal sex or needle injection, to transmit the virus.  
It is important to recognize that HIV infection cannot be diagnosed through symptoms, and that testing is required for a reliable diagnosis. As such, it is good to hear that you decided to get tested. Also, we do recommend that all individuals who are sexually active undergo regular STI (including HIV) testing for their safety and the safety of their partners. International guidelines recommend testing at or after 3 months (12 weeks) post exposure for conclusive results. A negative result at that time can be considered conclusive for no current HIV infection, provided that you do have not had any further exposures during that 3 month period.
P24 antigen testing is used to detect HIV infection in the period immediately following a potential HIV infection. A negative result suggests that you are not infected with HIV at this time. However given individual variability, we do recommend retesting at or after 3 months post exposure for conclusive results.
I hope this has helped to answer your questions, and please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
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