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I have done protected sexual intercourse with some girls on different dates the first one on 3.8.2014 It was protected sexual intercourse but I french kissed her.
The second one on 7.8.2014 it was also protected sexual intercourse but we have unprotected oral sex she sucked my penis i did not see any blood in her mouse also
i french- ed kissed her there is a small cut in my lip but it was not bleeding.
The third one is on 12.8.2014 protected sex with condom she sucked my penis for 2 minutes and
I french-ed kissed her one time I have not seen any blood in her lips.
The last one is on 15.8.2014 I have protected sex with condom with her I kissed her one time her lips were red because she is from Turkey
After 15 days I got fever, muscle pain and some
spots on my skin around four like rash but only four after one month or more I suffered from fatigue and after 52 days and 62 days from the last sexual relation I got tested with a rapid hiv test with blood the result came back negative in both tests
after 3 or 11 or 12 weeks i got tested with the same rapid hiv test with blood the result came also negative the rapid test equipment came from China made by Abon Biopharm company and it was eligible by WHO as one of the suppliers of the org. I don't know whether this test considered as third generation or fourth but it was made to find out hiv1 and hiv2?.
Do think that I am at a risk of contracting hiv?
Thanks
Ahmed

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Hi there,

Thanks for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for HIV related information, we hope we are able to help you!

I understand you're concerned about the accuracy of your test results, hopefully this information helps you.

First I will address the risk involved in the various situations you described.

1) There is No Risk associated with protected sexual intercourse (if the condom doesn't break) as well as No Risk associated with kissing (there is an enzyme in saliva that breaks down HIV so it cannot be passed on this way)

2) There is a Negligible Risk for receiving oral sex, which means that although you can technically make a case, there has never been a single reported case in BC. Again, the protected sex and kissing is No Risk. Regarding the cut on your lip, this is also No Risk as a cut has to provide access to the blood stream and a cut of that size would require medical attention such as stitches.

3) Again these are all No Risk

4)Similarly, this activity is No Risk

In terms of your symptoms, here at AIDS Vancouver we do not use symptoms to classify HIV as they're vague and can often mirror other viral infections such as the flu. If you're still experiencing symptoms, consider teaming with your health care practitioner in order to solve them.

Regarding your testing, HIV tests are considered 95-98% accurate within 4-6 weeks, and are conclusive after 3 months. Since there wasn't any risk associated with any of your activities, and you've gotten multiple tests done, your tests are reliable.

However, as a note, at AIDS Vancouver we do not recommend using the online purchased tests and testing yourself as that leaves room for human error to occur.

For more information about HIV Testing visit our website at[ aidsvancouver.org]( aidsvancouver.org)

Additionally, to assess the risk of any other activities, I have attached this handy transmission equation which makes it easy to see what is necessary to be at risk for HIV transmission:

HIV TRANSMISSION EQUATION


BODY FLUID
+
ACTIVITY
+
DIRECT ACCESS TO BLOODSTREAM
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• blood (including menstrual) • unprotected anal or vaginal intercourse • vagina
• semen • sharing needles • anus
• pre-cum • mother to child (in specific cases) • urethra in the penis
• rectal secretions • open cuts and sores (in theory)
• vaginal fluids • other mucosal membranes
• breast milk • points of needle injection
Hopefully we were able to answer your questions!

Sincerely,

Christina

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