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Su problema es emocional no VIH.

No vamos a continuar una ronda de dudas y preguntas contigo.Adelante con su vida.
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Ha sido el único en el que no sabía el status de la persona pero utilice condón por su puesto, de todos modos me gustaría hacerme la prueba en 6 semanas para mí paz mental, y le mando un fuerte abrazo amigo
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Estas preocupando innecesario

No tuviste ningún riesgo de VIH, a menos que hayas tenido otros encuentros sexuales que no hayas mencionado aquí.

Adelante con su vida.

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También recalco que no note deslizamiento en el condón, en todo momento el glande estaba siendo protegido
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Consideras que no es necesario tomar medicamentos preventivos para el VIH? Ni hacerme la.prueba?

estas preocupando innecesario, adelante con su vida.
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Consideras que no es necesario tomar medicamentos preventivos para el VIH? Ni hacerme la.prueba?
PD: Mi encuentro fue un poco brusco, pero el condón estaba en excelentes condiciones, al eyacular no salió el líquido del condón.
Por cierto recién me entero del fallecimiento de Andy Velez, una excelente persona, lastima que partió
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Estas preocupando innecesario.

Adelante con su vida y como eres sexualmente activo, hágase la prueba para detectar el VIH y las ITS por lo menos una vez al año.

Esto es lo que necesita saber para evitar una infección por VIH:

Use condones para el coito anal o vaginal, de manera correcta y constante, siempre, sin excepciones. Considere comenzar la PrEP como una capa adicional de prevención del VIH en el futuro.

Tenga en cuenta que algunas prácticas sexuales que pueden ser descritas como seguras en términos de VIH podrían representar un riesgo para la transmisión de otras ITS mucho más fáciles de adquirir.

Hágase la prueba regularmente para detectar el VIH y las ITS por lo menos una vez al año y realice pruebas con más frecuencia si ocurre una relación sexual sin protección

Puede encontrar más información sobre Fundamentos del VIH, PEP, TaSP y Transmisión a través de los enlaces en mi firma.

Saludos cordiales

Jim



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Cabe recalcar que desconozco su estatus, solo se que lleva 4 años laborando ahí
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Buenas noches, mi situación es la siguiente, ayer tuve relaciones sexuales con una prostituta, en todo momento se utilizó condón, tanto para sexo oral como sexo vaginal, al final saque mi pene y eyacule por fuera, el condón no presento rotura, estaba bien, hoy me surgió la duda si en mi caso sería requerido tomar medicamento PReP o en todo caso realizarme la prueba de VIH después del periodo de ventana, de antemano espero respuesta pronta y les mando un saludo
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I Just Tested Poz / Re: My introduction
« Last post by konpisces on Yesterday at 06:19:37 am »
Hey All,

Thank you very much for your kind replies and for reassuring me that everything is going to be OK.

You are right that I shouldn't focus to the CD4 figure right now - I am taking my medication for the 2nd day now and at least I don't feel any immediate or noticeable side effects. So I will be patient till the next blood check (in 1 month's time) and hopefully the effect of medication will be evident in both VL/CD4 count.

I need to mention that I am rather overwhelmed by the diagnosis and what it means for my life from now on and I don't even consider having sex. Even if I did, I wouldn't do it right now as I have a very big VL - wouldn't want to expose anyone to the virus.

Nevertheless, I feel that as days have passed (reaching 3 weeks after the first reactive result) I am a bit better. It seems that reality sinks in and I will gradually accept the fact and move on. I am lucky to be in these forums and also to communicate with 2 people who are hiv+ in my country. They provide good support and reassurance. I do not think of revealing my status to anybody yet (certainly not to my family as they are not capable of dealing with this - I wouldn't want to distress and hurt my elderly parents, they are better off in their ignorance. And as a matter of fact, I need to be comforted, not them right now) - it is probably very early.

Thank you again for being there!

Have a nice day
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