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Re-infection
« on: April 17, 2009, 09:41:08 AM »
Hi! This is my first post here, although I've been following the forum for quite a long time. It was (and it still is!) important for me, to read some opinions of people who, like me, are positive.

I was infected in November 2006, discovered one year after and, since then, my life has been quite a good one, fortunately! I've been very lucky wth my family and friends and even had a boyfriend right after de diagnosis - that was the best :D!

Now I'm having quite a hard time - me and my ex-bf broke up in a very sad and stupid way recently - and I've been feeling quite fragile since then. Two days ago I met one guy and I blowed him. He came in my mouth and right after that I spat out that "blhec"  >:(  I've allways had protected sex with my ex, he was negative, and I just don't know why I did this. My fear is re-infection, and despite knowing that the risk is small, I'm afraid of the consequences. I went to my hospital today and they'll check out other STD's and VHA/VHC. The said I shouldn't worry very much with the hiv right now, but I'm still kind of afraid, re-infection is kind of a "rare and Misterious" thing for me. Despite knowing that the risk is low, my concern is the ejaculation. One of the thing that drove and is driving me crazy (I'm much better now, this morning I told my psic) is that I exposed mysel, again, to unprotected sex, even if it's oral. Don't know if you understand me.

I'm afraid of a possible re-infection, since my labs are good, I've a viral load around 3000/4000 and the cd4 has been around 550 since I was diagnosed, after one year and a half, my doctor says that my numbers are stable, which is good. I'm just afraid of loosing that.

I hope I don't loose myluck this time   :-\

Thanks and sorry about my english (I'm portuguese ;))

ps- Oh, I opened the thread here because I live already with hiv. DOn't know if this is the right place for this one!
« Last Edit: April 17, 2009, 09:42:54 AM by O_o »

 


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