[Question #4269] Please answer doctors and specialists about hiv

30 months ago

I did a massage with a girl in a massage club. I did not have a relationship with the girl and i did not touch the vagina or the anus for girl

I moved the penis and friction on her thighs only and masturbation between them for 2 minute

Is there a risk of HIV transmission?

 the 28  day (4 week) test HIV P24 Ag And Abs (HIV Combo) was negative

 the 45 day( 6 weeks ) test HIV P24 Ag And Abs (HIV Combo) was negative

 the 69 day (9 weeks) test HIV P24 Ag And Abs (HIV Combo) was negative

 the 69 day test PCR RNA (HIV-1 Quantitative by real time PCR)  was negative (NOT DETECTED)

In the eighth week there is a slight pain in the my  lymph nodes of the jaw and under armpit  without swelling 

Are these symptoms of the hiv and when the symptoms of lymph nodes of the hiv ?

H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
30 months ago
Welcome to the forum. Thanks for your question.

This was a zero risk event in regard to HIV and other STDs. HIV is not sexually transmitted without penetration, i.e. penis inside vagina or rectum. Touching or fingering the anus is no risk.

And even if your exposure had been high risk, your blood test results show you did not catch HIV.  In fact, you have been seriously over tested:  the 4 week test was almost conclusive and the 45 day test was 100% proof you did not catch HIV. All tests after that were wasted money and time. The pain in your jaw area and armpit do not sound at all like HIV symptoms, and the test results prove that HIV is not the cause. Do not have any more HIV tests. See your doctor if the aches and pains continue, but don't worry about HIV as the cause.

I hope this information is helpful. Let me know if anything isn't clear.


30 months ago
The symptoms of lymph nodes began in the eighth week and have been going on until now (almost five weeks now)
Symptoms are not hivŲŸ
I trust your words but I have a concern about these symptoms
Thank you H. Hunter Handsfield
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
30 months ago
Self assessment that inflamed lymph nodes are causing your symptoms is very unreliable. But even if a health professional has confirmed the pain is from lymph nodes, there are many conditions that cause lymph node inflammation. Your test result prove HIV is not the cause. I will not try to speculate further on other possible causes.---