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Hi, last year i recieve a blow job then i remember before i recieve a blowjob i shave my genitals the stem of my penis so im worried because i dont know of her HIV Status, im also in panic because i dont know if theres a blood in the saliva or if he had bleeding gum etc. So i go to a diagnostic laboratory for the first time to get tested, 24 weeks / 168 days after the exposure they using SD BIOLINE HIV 1/2 3.0 and the result is NEGATIVE.

1. If theres a autoimmune deases like psoriasis eczema but not diagnose at birth, i have eczema in my hand i think i have psoriasis like my grandmother, can the result be accurate conclusive at 24 weeks /186 days?

2.what is the right day for the follow up re rest?

3. Does Multivitamins + MINERALS like CENTRUM and JAGAFLEX tablets and PARACETAMOL, VITAMIN B1, VITAMIN B6 and VITAMIN B12 , ANALGESIC, can slow to detect HIV ANTIBODY?

4. 12 week/84 days = 3months and re test
Another 3 months is 6months = 24weeks/ 168 days
but six months is 180 days

what is the Difference in 12 days in 168 and 180 days?

i dont understand what is the right guidelines for re testing?

5. Should i get re tested?

6.im in Stress and Panic


Please Answer my Questions I Need Your HELP.
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Anonymous
Hello!

It sounds like you're quite worried about your HIV status after receiving a blowjob. Thanks for reaching out to us at AIDS Vancouver! I trust I can answer your questions and provide you with some peace of mind.

First of all, based on what you told me about your sexual experience, there is a negligible risk of you acquiring HIV. This means that while an exchange of body fluids did happen, to our knowledge there has never been a confirmed report of a person acquiring the virus through this way. Even though you shaved beforehand, this would not provide direct access to your bloodstream, which is necessary for the virus to take hold.

The test you received at 24 weeks post exposure is considered conclusive by the World Health Organization and re-testing is not necessary for this experience. Also, using multivitamins does not impact the accuracy of HIV tests.

I hope my reply relieves your stress but let us know if there's anything else we can do for you!

Jeremy

AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer

E-mail: helpline@aidsvancouver.org

Phone (Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm; Friday 10am-3pm): (604)253-0566 ext 299

Web: helpline.aidsvancouver.org
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