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Author Topic: what do you think?  (Read 1334 times)

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Offline tombi123

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what do you think?
« on: January 20, 2013, 09:36:50 AM »
Hi there Im new here, I'll be quick, last month I had an intercourse with a transexual prostitute and it was like this, he gave me a blow job with condom, I had insertive anal sex and receptive anal sex, I remember when we change of posisition my condom slept (I was out side of him when it happened) but the prostitute noticed it and opened a new one, then I had reciptive anal sex he wore a condom all the time, in both cases there was no ejaculation, after that he penetrate me with a sex toy with a condom, the thing that worries me its that he used his saliva to lubricate and he traumatized my anus (the next day i noticed a bleeding) with the toy and rimmed me,

I know that hiv it isnt transmitted by saliva unless there was blood in saliva, but we kissed a few times but I dont taste any blood, I remember he had a flu I dont think thats relevan
Anyway I dont know the status of this person so lets sopoused hes hiv+, if its that so I can be infected?

I just tested at six weeks with a chemiluminescence (damned word) test of third generation, the result was non-rective, I know I have to wait 13 to be conclusive, but in your infinite knolwedge you can tell if I was in a risk, if I was the result of the test is reliable? I mean if it is a good forecast? Thank for your ansewer and sorry for my bad english.

Offline RapidRod

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Re: what do you think?
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2013, 11:46:17 AM »
You have not done anything to put yourself at risk.

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: what do you think?
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2013, 07:30:04 PM »
Your negative result is no surprise because nothing you have reported of your activities has put you at risk for HIV.

There is no need for further testing unless you are going to be worrying unnecessarily. If that's the case you will just spend money needlessly and collect the inevitable negative result. Really.

But that's up to you. HIV is not a problem for you this time.
Andy Velez

Offline tombi123

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Re: what do you think?
« Reply #3 on: January 20, 2013, 09:32:07 PM »
Ohh thanks for your opinions, yup its time for me to let this issue behind thank you so much, I have learned so much in these weeks. See you thanks again


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