Anonymous
Recently I went to china.i called a prostitute in my room and undressed her.i also undressed except I kept wearing my undergarment. I sucked her breast. I did not feel any milk coming out.i rubbed my penis over her ass still wearing the underwear.
finally she put her hand inside my underwear and jacked me off
I am a patient of ankylosing spondylitis
my medicines had been stopped by my doctor 2 months back
now I have been feeling little feverish sore throat pain in eyes neck and backpain white heads on my face red pimples on my body and pain under my armpits on the ribs.
the pimples on my body are 6-7
One developed the very next day this incident happened
also I feel burning pain in my groin area
pls advice as this tension of acquiring hiv is killing me
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Anonymous
Hi,

Thanks for contacting AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer. I will try and answer your questions as best I can.

First off HIV does not discriminate against people based on ethnicity, gender, disability sexual orientation, age, political views or any other characteristic. Sex trade workers often
get more tested than others.

Taking breast milk into the mouth is considered a negligible risk. All of the practises assigned to this risk level present a potential for HIV transmission because they do involve the exchange of body fluids. However, there has never been a confirmed report. Rubbing your penis over her "ass" while she was still wearing her underwear and having her "jack you off" would be considered non-insertive masturbation and there is no risk to this activity.

As far as your symptoms are concerned usually someone will get a strong flu like illness, 2-3 weeks after infection but not all people do. There is no way to tell whether you have HIV from the symptoms since they can mirror other viral infections or can be due to other things, testing is really the only way to know for sure. It would be best to partner with your doctor to discuss your symptoms.

Getting tested is the best way to know whether you have HIV. There are many great tests out there like the Rapid (results in minutes) and 3rd Generation (ELISA) tests. You can get the test 4 weeks to 3 months (although up to 95% of infections are detectable within 4-6 weeks.) Most people develop detectable antibodies in 21-25 days. The World Health Organization considers all tests conclusive after 12 weeks.

As far as the Ankylosing Spondylitis my understanding this is not an immunodeficiency disease, so it would not effect test results. Again, it would be best to partner with your doctor to find out more about testing.

For further information it would be great if you checked our website at http://www.aidsvancouver.org[www.aidsvancouver.org](www.aidsvancouver.org) or you can reach us by phone at 604-696-4666.

Best Wishes,

Renee

AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer



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