Read my first post back and move on. I removed your post as it is just absolute nonsense beyond belief and has no place here.
You had no risk from the cat or sharing soap or a drink or a slice of water melon or anything else you mentioned for that matter. I have explained that HIV is not infectious in this manner and the barriers that prevent it from being a risk.
The only risk you had was sleeping with your wife and if you accept that or not is up to you.
I am not going to answer irrational fears and "what if" questions about the household cat and social contact. Its exposed outside the body its not a risk. No point in asking me 100 different ways about outside the body risks when the answer will always be the same. Same can be said for your ARS and or retroviral syndrome questions , we don't answer questions on symptoms here as its pointless and nothing you mentioned is HIV related.
If your doctor can't figure out what is wrong with you, perhaps you should find new or better doctor but don't post about it here.
Stop with the rubbish and grow-up and move on, by all means as explained if you can't accept the assessment go test there is nothing more we can do for you here.
You had no risk, and as a rule we don't comment on what other site say or do.
In short any man and his dog can host a website. If you choose to read it is up to you.
Saliva is not infectious and nobody has ever been infected by receiving a BJ.
Biologically, four conditions need to be present for transmission to occur: The virus must be present in an infectious body fluid from the HIV positive person, it must be present at sufficient levels to cause infection. There must be an effective route of transmission, and it must reach susceptible cells in another person.
Lets wrap up your "what if" by looking at only 1 of the hurdles for transmission in this fashion, let alone the rest of the dozen reasons why this is "never" going to be a risk to you.
Nobody has been infected by HIV from spillage (contact outside the human body) this makes sense and even this covers trust me the strange fear you have as well.
HIV is very fragile and so much so that well, nobody has been infected by it outside the human body through contact and this makes sense going back to basics for a moment HIV has an outer protein/receptors that are needed to remain infectious and they corrode on contact with air, so it can no longer infect.
This even poses a great problem to study it, and laboratory studies such as the ones at the CDC labs have to use unnaturally high and artificial laboratory-grown concentrations under precisely controlled and limited laboratory conditions to even study it, as it normally simply does not survive long in outside the body. (Ask a lab how they do it, if you want to know more on how they artificially grow HIV as that part is beyond me)
Now the fact that in labs they can keep HIV viable outside the body has caused some people to misunderstand this to mean environmental risk is possible. This is not the case as the labs use artificial conditions and concentrations of HIV many times greater than than anything ever found in patient specimens, the amounts of virus studied are simply not found in nature, and again no one has been infected with HIV this way.
Now if you can't accept the assessment by all means go test however we are not here to answer 40 questions about what if's and maybe's and comment on other sites say or don't say
Do yourself a favor and stop reading rubbish, if you look long enough you will find people who blame ET and the Loch Ness Monster for transmission. Its pure nonsense.
Here's what you need to know in order to avoid hiv infection:
You need to be using condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, every time, no exceptions. As you are sexually active, it is highly recommended that you get a full sexual health check-up / screening at least annually including but not limited to hiv testing.
Remember that some sexual practices which may be described as ‘safe’ in terms of HIV transmission might still pose a risk for transmission of other STI's. So please do get fully tested regularly for all STI's including HIV and more frequently if unprotected intercourse occurs. Also note that it is possible to have an STI and show no signs or symptoms and the only way of knowing is by testing.
Finally use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, correctly and consistently, to avoid sexually transmitted hiv infection.
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