Anonymous
I did sex with a call girl (whose hiv status was unknown) on 18th june 2015. its started with fingering, kissing,sucking(with condom on ) & then sex twice with condom on. As it was my first time i forgot to check the status of condom.but i only remember both time when she release the condom,seamen were in the condom. i was very worried that time bcoz after 1 month i had heavy body itching with red small dots like pimple n little bit body ache. i consult with doctor and he said that was safe sex and i had urticeria/hives. i started take medicine and slowly it reduce.
on 4th october (108 days after that incident) i test hiv. and my hiv1 & hiv 2 antibody screening test, serum (screening by immunofiltration) result come as non-reactive.

but till date i suffer from that itching with red small dots like pimple on whole body.i consult with diff doctors some treat it as mites attacked, some r as pimple.but no one cure it. it become worsen on someday with heavy itching , red bump, nose blockage with sometimes heavy acidity with lower abdomen pain. m completely lost..dont knw wht to do???

1. may fingering or kissing are hiv risk?
2.may my test is conclusive or may i do another hiv test??
3..may all this symbol indicate towards hiv or some STI??
4.can i have any chance to test positive???
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Anonymous
Hi there, and thanks a lot for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for you HIV/AIDS related health information.



Now, let's answer your questions!




Question 1: "may fingering or kissing are HIV risk?"

* Kissing is a No Risk activity.

* Fingering is a Negligible Risk activity. This means that it can present a potential for HIV transmission because it can involve the exchange of body fluids. However, there has never been a confirmed report.




Question 2: "may my test is conclusive or may i do another HIV test??

* HIV test results are considered conclusive when a test is taken 3 months post exposure. You say that you had your test 108 days post exposure. The result was non-reactive, which means negative. No further testing is necessary, this test is considered conclusive. You can trust your negative test results.





Question 3: "may all this symbol indicate towards HIV or some STI??"

* On this forum, we focus on HIV risk. For more information about STIs, I would encourage you to check out [Smart Sex Resource](https://smartsexresource.com/) or contact your health care provider for an STI test.






Question 4: "can i have any chance to test positive???

* The non-reactive, or, negative test result that you received 108 days post exposure is considered conclusive.






HIV presents itself differently in different people, therefore we cannot comment on the symptoms that you have been experiencing. HIV is not diagnosed based on symptoms. I would, however, recommend that you contact your health care provider to discuss your symptoms and develop a treatment plan. Symptoms can be indicative of other viral infections.




I would encourage you to check out the following resources about HIV:

  • HIV Basics


  • Risk Assessment Chart


  • Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

    Hilary


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