Anonymous
Please help asap

I got protected intercourse (no broken condom, as far as I'm concerned) with a girl on her period (there was blood on the condom). I got a hiv test at 46 days and was negative. Am I safe?

I'm feeling pains everyday, panic attacks, etc.
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Anonymous
Hello,

Thank you for choosing the AIDS Vancouver Online Helpline as your source of HIV/AIDS related questions and information.

Engaging in protected anal or vaginal intercourse is considered a low risk for the transmission of HIV. This means that there have only been a few reported cases of HIV being transmitted this way, and usually under specific circumstances, such as having a pre-existing, untreated sexually transmitted infection and improper use of a condom.

HIV tests are considered conclusive 84 days post-exposure. Your negative result at 46 days is a good indication of your HIV status, and results of any further tests are unlikely to change. For completely conclusive results, a test at 84 days is recommended.

In health,
Erin
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