Anonymous
Hi,
Sorry i have already asked question on june 20th but somehow my question was missed.I saw 21stjune questions was answered.So i am asking it again.Dont think it as silly question.But my fear of hiv making me to ask again.

I had sex with a girl i met in online.I have sucked her boobs.She didnot get breast milk i m sure of that.
Then i had my underwear and boxer on.She is having her cotton pant and underwear on.I have given strokes in her vagina with the clothes.I am now fear that her precum might pass through these four layers and transfer HIV.I am not sure of her status of HIV.i also touched her cotton pant once with my hand,
Do you think i have to be tested.
I booked an appointment for
Elisa Test fourth generation
PCR RNA test
now it is my 10th day after the exposure.And doctor suggest me it will be conclusive with these test after 1 week of exposure.Please help me on this.i am confused.
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Anonymous

Hello and thanks for reaching out to the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

The situation that you have described is a No Risk situation. This means that to our knowledge, none of the practices in this category have ever been demonstrated to lead to HIV infection.

* The clothes you were both wearing act as a barrier to HIV transmission.

* HIV needs a human host to survive. Once is it outside of the body and exposed to oxygen, like any precum on your pants, it can no longer transmit.

* HIV is a human to human virus. It cannot be passed to you by an object, for example, precum on some clothing.

As for your doctor's suggestion, I can tell you that 95% of infections are detectable within 4-weeks of exposure. By World Health Organization standards, all HIV tests are are considered conclusive at 3 months post exposure.

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

  • Risk Assessment Chart


  • Smart Sex Resource


  • CATIE - HIV Basics


  • Regards,

    Hilary

    AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online
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