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i had a sex with one unknown girl with condom but condom broked..after 2 weaks i fell my glands slowwen and had night sweats and right elbow pain ..i was free and dint notice for symtoms of hiv .. and had sex back after 1 month to another girl and same case to first girl the condom broked at that time also i am feeling some symtoms and i din't noticed and had again sex with 3rd girl after one week and condom broked i have all symptoms i had sex first girl on 2016/may 14 and i tested hiv after 60 days it shows negative i am scared please help.. on the last girl Exposure was two weeks comparing to first girl..
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Anonymous
Hi there, and thanks a lot for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for you HIV/AIDS related health information.

It sounds like you are concerned about your risk of HIV transmission after having intercourse with multiple partners and the condom broke.

You say that the condoms you used broke. For this reason, I will focus on unprotected sexual intercourse. Unprotected vaginal or anal intercourse is considered a High Risk activity. This means that they present a potential for HIV transmission because they involve an exchange of body fluids. In addition, a significant number of scientific studies have repeatedly associated the activities with HIV infection. There have been a lot of confirmed reports of infection in this way.

Here at AIDS Vancouver we encourage everyone to make HIV testing a part of their regular health care maintenance routine. The only way to know your status is to be tested. It is great that you have been tested and that your test came back negative.

All HIV tests are considered conclusive 3 months after your last possible exposure. I would recommend that you have another HIV test 3 months after your last possible exposure. The results of this test will be considered conclusive.

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

  • Risk Assessment Chart


  • Smart Sex Resource


  • HIV Basics


  • Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

    Hilary


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