[Question #6381] Back with another test that covered all my exposures

16 months ago

 

 

EXPOSURE 1:- I went and saw a CSW IN Australia. I didn’t do anything risky and had protected vaginal sex with her for 2 minutes. I used a condom from the start and didn’t break at all. After I came, I saw the condom was intact although not sure there was some blood on my public area and the top of condom may be because she might be finishing a period etc..

21 days after exposure – HIV AG/AB negative (Dorevitch pathology Siemens advia centaur combo)
31 days HIV combo serum ( Melbourne pathology) Negative again.
42 DAYS HIV AG/AB negative combo serum
55 days negative HIV AG/AB negative combo serum


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EXPOSURE 2:- 26TH OCTOBER.
Met a lady in Melbourne and did received oral and did cunnilingus for 2 seconds.
Melbourne sexual centre said it’s not a risk and I got that lady to test for hiv after this she is negative.
The test I did above also covered this as follows
7 days after exposure – HIV AG/AB negative (Dorevitch pathology Siemens advia centaur combo)
16 days HIV combo serum ( Melbourne pathology) Negative again.
28 DAYS HIV AG/AB negative combo serum

YOU TOLD ME NOT TO TEST BUT I DID ANOTHER ONE
41 DAYS AG/AB negative combo serum

EXPOSURE 3:-
Received oral sex only
7 days after exposure – HIV AG/AB negative (Dorevitch pathology Siemens advia centaur combo)

14 days HIV combo serum ( Melbourne pathology) Negative again.
26 DAYS HIV AG/AB negative combo serum

Another one
37 days negative hiv combo
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Can you please tell me what were my risk taken for  EXPOSURE 1 ? EXPOSURE 2? EXPOSURE 3?

Is there any documented cases for hiv through cuninglus and reciecing oral?
CAN I MOVE ON NOW WITHOUT further testing TESTING?

Can I have unprotected sex with my wife now?

Does CDC SAY 6 WEEKS FOR FOURTH GENERATION TEST NOW ? IN YOUR LAST CONFERENCE WHEN WINDOW PERIOD IS DISCUSSED IS THAT SIX WEEKS NOW?

FYI ALSO in case you want to use it for other threads. I CHECKED AND MELBOURNE SEXTUAL CENTRE, PARAMATTA SEXTUAL CENTRE, PRONTO (GAY MEN TESTING IN MELBOURNE) USES 6 WEEKS FOR FOURTH GENERATION TEST AND 3 MONTHS FOR RAPID TEST.

(The HIV blood test used at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre has a window period of six weeks)

Umair

16 months ago
Last test for 38 days for hiv sorry my mistake...  after recieving oral sex. 

I checked on medhelp hiv prevention and the volunteers told me this.

None of the above exposures put you at any risk of HIV transmission. That is evident from your tests also, These tests are conclusive anyway. Move on with your life normally.
16 months ago
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16 months ago
DOCTOR hook, i also wanted to share another site that confirms that recieving oral sex is not a risk.
https://www.sfcityclinic.org/patient-education-resources/std-risk-chart
This is in US. Thought i share to see if you agree.
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
16 months ago
I'm sory to see you back. I'm taking your question this time.

Your last comment in your previous thread was "Doctor Hook i will now move on. Just last two questions
Can u please confirm if there has been never a documented case for someone to recieve oral sex or do cunnillgus and got hiv?
I can move on freely now without testing?" Dr.. Hook agreed with that statement and so do I. So what happened? Why are you here again? I really don't understand what you expect to gain by re-asking the same questions. The level of risk from these exposures was discussed in both your previous threads and I see no need to repeat the answers. Re-read those discussions if you remain uncertain.

And yes, with the AgAb HIV tests (i.e. 4th generation tests), 6 weeks is the window. However, the vast majority of infected persons have positive results by 5 weeks, i.e. about 38 days as you had. It is also true that oral sex is extremely low risk:  there has never been a proved case of HIV transmitted oral to penis. The combination of the virtually zero risk from your exposure plus your negative test results proves you do not have HIV. But of course you are free to have another test after 6 weeks if another negative result will make you feel more confident.

HHH, MD


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16 months ago
Doctor you are confusing me again. Last time doctor told me exposure 2 /3 was a no risk event and my 28 days was confirmatory prove. I DID TEST AT 41 DAYS AFTER EXPOSURE 2 AND 38 DAYS AFTER EXPOSURE 3..

Can you answer my questions accordingly ? How can test from 2 weeks to 5 weeks miss it?
I asked more questions..You didnt reply to anyone of those?

16 months ago

This was the test for hiv.

EXPOSURE 3:-

Received oral sex only
7 days after exposure – HIV AG/AB negative (Dorevitch pathology Siemens advia centaur combo)

14 days HIV combo serum ( Melbourne pathology) Negative again.
26 DAYS HIV AG/AB negative combo serum

Another one
38 days negative hiv combo

16 months ago
Also, this is what is said on the Canadian website.

Can HIV be passed through oral sex?

There is no chance of a person getting HIV from receiving any type of oral sex. There is also no chance of getting HIV from giving anilingus (rimming someone).

Do you agree?

If you were me will you another test after 38 days and recieving oral ?

H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
16 months ago
All these questions were asked and answered. Why do you need to see it again??? Are you having trouble understanding the replies? (Maybe English isn't your primary language. If that's a problem, perhaps find a friend to help you understand all Dr. Hook and I have said as well as my comments below.)

I agree wth the Canadian website, i.e. little or no chance of HIV transmission from oral sex. It's probably not quite truly zero risk, but low enough that there are no proved cases except a few for the oral partner after perfoming oral (giving a BJ) to an infected male.

I did not tell you to get tested again, only that you can do so if another negative test will help you move on and stop worrying. The combination of almost no risk from oral sex plus the negative test at 38 days means the chance you have HIV is probably no higher than 1 in a billion, which obviously is zero for all practical purpose. However, the official advice on the AgAb test is that it takes up to 6 weeks to become positive. That's very rare. What I advise is that IF you remain nervous about it, and IF a truly conclusive test will help you believe you don't have HIV and stop worrying about it, you are free to do it for reassurance. If I were in your situation, I wouldn't do it. But it's up to you.

That concludes this thread. Please note the forum does not permit repeated questions on the same topic or exposure. This being your third, it will have to be your last one; future new questions about this exposure, testing, and your fears about HIV or other STDs will be deleted without reply and without refund of the posting fee. This policy is based on compassion, not criticism, and is designed 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. Thank you for your understanding.
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