[Question #5741] follow up to [5644] HIV fatigue

19 months ago
Dr.HHH confirmed that my combination of RNA (on 14th and 29th day) and 4th gen test (on 29th day) results are conclusive and i don't need further testing. I moved on ( atleast I told myself that I moved on) resumed my normal life and my partner has been having symptoms for past 4 days tired and fitgue and it started my fear again. 

I took another test on 43rd day and it came back negative. 

I haven been drinking for past few weeks to battle with my fears could the alcohol delay the antigen or antibody production also is there chance that I fall under the category of people that don't develop antigen/antibody upto 3 months? 

sorry for coming back I got anxious and scared that I passed it to my partner. 

Below was my Original encounter and question under [5644]

I had a hand job from someone and I didn't know her HIV status. She poured some oil and gave a handjob and I sucked her nipples few time during that. Touched her vagina few times and put my finger inside.
What are my chances of getting HIV via handjob. If she has any cuts on her hand is there a possibility
Is there a possibility of exposure since I put my finger inside her pussy and then immediately touched my penis while she was giving me hand job.
I bit the inside of my lip that morning with my teeth, what are my chances of HIV trasmission through that mouth sore since I sucked her nipples.
Any chance of getting it via fingering ( touched it from outside didn't put my finger inside her) her pussy.

H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
19 months ago
I'm sorry, but I have nothing to add to the replies to your previous two questions about the same exposure, HIV testing, and symptoms -- including that there is zero risk of HIV from a handjob (or fingering). And that your test results are conclusive. Because the results are conclusive, the level of risk at the time of exposure no longer matters anyway. Re-read your previous threads.

Please note the forum does not permit repeated questions on the same topic or exposure. This will have to be your last one; future new questions about this exposure, testing, and your fears about HIV will receive no reply and the posting fee will not be refunded. This policy is based on compassion, not criticism, and to reduce temptations to keep paying for questions with obvious answers. In addition, experience shows that continued answers tend to prolong users' anxieties rather than reducing them. Finally, such questions have little educational value for other users, one of the forum's main purposes. Thanks for your understanding. 

HHH, MD


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19 months ago
Thanks Dr HHH. I take from your response no matter what the circumstances and scenarios are am 100% negative based on my test results.and sorry 
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
19 months ago
Correct.

It's not an issue of being sorry. It's that there is no point in asking questions with answers that already are obvious and known from previous replies.

Best wishes and stay safe. But no more questions along these lines. Thanks.
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