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Offline mayo_16

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« on: November 19, 2008, 03:45:52 PM »
hello that such
I saw this forum and the body and I think it is best to guide us on the Internet
I'm going through a very bitter! 6 weeks ago I had my relationship risk insertive oral sex without protection (she gave it to me) desconosco the status of women! I read a lot of symptoms and possible chance of transmission is the only thing is that my penis was never a bleeding wound or healed.
The anguish came depsues of 5 days which gave me a fever and an infection in his throat went to the doctor gave me antibiotics and I was under the other day but since that day I've been very agusti take all day vih'm thinking about it ! 4 weeks ago gave me a sore throat I went to the doctor and prescription amoxiilina me and I was off, back this week after a sore throat but now I have no pain or anything just hurts me a little jaw and the ears and I have a ganglion in the brown inflamed left of the neck! and with this I have 2 weeks and I am very afraid of being infected! I just want to reach the 12 weeks to grab haserme forces and no longer stand the test more! It also specifies that I have not had or night sweats or headaches or nausea or diarrhea and rash eh kept my weight!
Actually these are the worst weeks of my life I do not want to be with the hiv I regret having done that act I hope I can help my friend very afraid
Eh read in this forum that oral sex is very low risk but because I'm very scared and worried because it is my life and I take very apecho
a hug from monterrey

Offline Andy Velez

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« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2008, 03:52:46 PM »
Mayo, I've just replied to your same question and concern in the Spanish-language Forum. Please don't keep starting new threads. Decide where you want to converse and keep all of your comments in the same thread.

I'm simply going to repeat what I said in your other thread. In the entire history of the epidemic there's never been a confirmed case of HIV transmission to a man from his getting a blowjob. Not one! And you aren't going to make history by becoming the first. The only real risks for HIV sexually are through unprotected vaginal or anal intercourse. Everything else is strictly theoretical as far as risk is concerned.

As for your symptoms, there's absolutely nothing HIV-specific about them. No surprise since you didn't have a risk. But then the presence or the absence of symptoms is never the way to reliably know your HIV status. Only an HIV test at 13 weeks after the most recent risk can give you that answer.

But you don't really need to test because you weren't at risk. The only reason to test is if you need the inevitable negative result just for your peace of mind.

Again, you are worrying needlessly. This is not an HIV situation.
Andy Velez


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