Anonymous
I had sex with a prosty and condom busted, i took p24 test at 2nd week that was negative then 4th week negative then 6th week western blot that was also negative then 7th week HIV1-2 + P24 + VDRL all negative i have no symptoms like flue , fatigue nothing but i have throat infection my doctor says it is because of climatic change I am a bit worried what to do...?
when the condom broke i immediately got to know and i pulled my penis out of her vagina and the contact was for only few seconds only
 
Quote
Anonymous
Hello and thank you for using the Helpline. A broken condom is a risk for HIV exposure and other Sexually Transmitted Infections as well. However this does not mean that you have had HIV passed to you. The 4 HIV negative tests you have had are a great indication that you have not been exposed to HIV. Most people will develop detectable HIV antibodies between 21-25 days.
HIV tests are considered conclusive at 12 weeks or 84 days, post risk exposure and we do recommend that you have a final test done at that time.
A sore throat does not give reason to believe that you have HIV, in fact symptoms are never an indication of HIV and only testing can give you this information.
We also recommend that all sexually active people regularly test for all Sexually Transmitted Infections. Perhaps you could request these other tests when you have your final HIV test done.
Finally, it is great that you are taking a pro-active approach towards your sexual health and safety. Knowledge will keep you safe.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at the Helpline again, should you have any other questions.
Yours sincerely,
David
AIDS Vancouver
helpline@aidsvancouver.org
604 696 4666
Quote

ABOUT THE HELPLINE | SUPPORT OUR WORK | RISK ASSESSMENT CHART | ANONYMOUS TESTING | DISCLAIMER | CONTACT

Charitable Registration #
10668 9896 RR0001


© 2019 helpline.aidsvancouver.org
Privacy Policy
Disclaimer

OUR ADDRESS

1101 Seymour Street
Suite 235, 2nd Floor
Vancouver, BC V6B 0R1
Canada


GET IN TOUCH

Main Phone: 604-893-2201
Fax: 604-893-2205
Email: contact@aidsvancouver.org