rhaulraj
Hi,

- I had a massage. We both were having clothes. She was wearing underwear and trouser. I was wearing thin boxer. No Oral, Vaginal and uncovered genital contact. I hugged her and got discharged as I was rubbing myself against bed. Later on she sat on my penis and then grind it for a minute or two.

- I did 3rd generation finger prick test on 49th day and it was Negative using http://onestep.co.id/en/ . The test is approved by Indonesia Health Department.

1) Am I at risk of HIV? I am paronoid if some Vaginal fluid pass through 3 layer. I read Dr. HeadHunter and Hook responses at https://www.askexpertsnow.com/. Also, I read https://www.thebody.com/.

According to these sites there is No Risk as
a) Hiv virus doesn't survive in environment (non- infectable) after few seconds
b) They will stick to the clothing
c) Hiv doesn't survive on inanimate object after leaving host
d) No penetration and direct contact between genitals. No risk.

2) How much probability you asses for 49th day (7 weeks) negative result to be a false Negative? I am not on prep/pep and 31 year old man.

3) Do you think I need further testing as per these sites I don't need any tesing from medical point of view for this kind of exposure?  

Hoping to receive an answer from your end so that it helps in reducing my anxiety and stress.
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helpline-volunteer

Hello,


Thank you for the inquiry, from what we gather from the question you were asking about HIV transmission by vaginal fluid passing through clothing, as well as the probability of a false negative test result. From the information given, this scenario is determined to be No risk (Transmission of HIV is not possible in the given scenario).
The scenario mentioned above does not meet the three components of the transmission equation. Assuming that there were vaginal fluids present, the activity explained would not give the virus direct access to your bloodstream. Helpline Transmission Equation  (1).jpgThe OneStep home test that you did is accurate up to 98% after three months if the test was preformed properly (1). Home tests can be good preliminary tests, however for more conclusive results we recommend a consulting your physician. Your physician may be able to offer a fourth generation test which is more accurate for a recent HIV infection. The OneStep test is a blood-based test which can have more accurate results in comparison to oral-fluid home tests. However, in general blood-based tests have shown to have more user errors associated with them and therefore more false-negatives (2). This is just educational, as stated above your scenario was No Risk.

Recommendation: No need for HIV test with the scenario provided, refer to a healthcare professional for other health related questions

Regards,

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Rashell


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References:
1.) OneStep Accuracy
2.) Accuracy of Self-Testing for HIV

 

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