Advise Required from Doctor
I had visited a sex trade worker service on 13-Dec-2011, with the intention of a body massage, but not sex. The girl over there gave me a good massage. She they asked me if if would also be interested in a blow job, for which i said ok.
So without using a condom she sucked my penis for 1 mins. After which i ejaculated, got up washed my penis with soap and water and left. I did not had sex (protected or unprotected) with that girl.
Now since i had read enough on HIV and AIDS i was shocked that HIV can be transmitted by such means. I had conducted the below test. Request to pls let me know my status and do i need to conduct any more test
Date - 16.12.2011 days 03 from 13.12.2011 HIV DNA PCR from Religare SRL Diagnosis Result - HIV I and II Not Detected
Date - 27.12.2011 days 14 (02 weeks) from 13.12.2011 HIV DNA PCR from Religare Lab Result - HIV I and II Not Detected
Date - 16.01.2011 days 34 (05 weeks) from 13.12.2011 Western Blot from Metropolis Healtcare Limited Result - HIV I and II Negative
Date - 13.02.2012 days 62 (02 months) from 13.12.2011 HIV DNA PCR from Religare SRL Diagnosis Result - HIV I and II Not Detected
Date - 19.03.2012 days 97 (03 months) from 13.12.2011 HIV DNA PCR from Metropolis Healtcare Limited Result - HIV Not Detected
Since it is more that 06 months from 13-Dec-2011, I so far do not have any such symptoms of HIV. Pls advise me my status and do I need to conduct any more test
Regards and Thank You
Hello and thank you for choosing AIDS Vancouver as your source for HIV/AIDS related information.
Before addressing your concern, I would like to note that risk of acquiring HIV is not based on characteristics of an individual (age, gender, occupation, sexual preferences, etc), rather what you do (unprotected anal/vaginal intercourse or sharing needles) do pose significant risk of HIV transmission.
I would like to mention that we are not medical professionals at the AIDS Vancouver Helpline. If you seek advice from a professional, I suggest visiting your family doctor.
Transmission of HIV through receiving unprotected oral sex is considered a negligible risk. In theory, transmission of the virus through this method is possible, but there are no known cases reported. In fact, there is an enzyme in saliva that kills the virus.
The World Health Organization considers any test done three months (84 days) after possible exposure to be definitive and conclusive: you are HIV negative. Further testing is not necessary.
I hope this puts your worries to rest. If you have any other questions, feel free to send an e-mail or give us a call.
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