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Author Topic: precum exposer...do i have HIV  (Read 1364 times)

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Offline mcclean1993

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precum exposer...do i have HIV
« on: September 07, 2013, 10:37:02 PM »
7 weeks ago I had unprotected anal sex with another man. He didn't fully penetrate me, only dipping. He also did not ejaculate inside me and the event lasted around 10-20 seconds.
I was tested 10 days after ex poser showing no signs and symptoms and constantly being told by the guy that he does not have HIV.
The results come back within a couple of hours and its negative, however. 7 weeks on I've been sleeping with my partner (female), unprotected. She is fully aware of my situation and supported me throughout my bi curious ordeal. She is 100% certain i dint have it, i guess I'm the worrier out of the two.

My worry now is, she has been on methotrexate, a chemotherapy drug for her rheumatoid arthritis, and i know it makes her more susceptible to illness. Whats my chances my exposer to precum and a negative test with zero symptoms are of contracting HIV?

I apologies for the poor spelling and grammar its rather late here, I fully appreciate your professional opinions.

Offline Jeff G

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Re: precum exposer...do i have HIV
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2013, 10:48:22 PM »
You had a risk and will need to test , you are already a week past the 6 week post incident testing guide line . You can test again or wait until the 3 month mark and test for a conclusive result . Again , the testing window period is 6 weeks post exposure and again at 3 months for a conclusive result . Testing earlier than the guideline may give inaccurate results .

Chemo therapy does lower the immune system so you should use condoms correctly and consistently with your GF until you have tested HIV negative and until you are both in a mutually monogamous relationship .   

Remember to get checked for all stds because they can be present without symptoms and are much more easily transmitted than HIV . 
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