Originally Posted by joggen
Agree, you were wrongly advised to test for HIV. But if it makes you feel better, it's impossible for someone who has HIV to have a negative WB. The test confirmed that you never had a risk and that's how you should interpret the result. Forget about this and move on with your life.
Thank you sir for your reply. Just wanted to share my feelings. Please don't get me wrong if I am asking anything repeatedly.
Since I am deep into confusion and anxiety, although I am logically sure that I do not have any infections, I am facing a really hard time to get rid of my fear and anxiety.
When I analyze the source of my fear, I could see that it is out of a doubt that "what-if" the condom (I had used for oral sex), had an unnoticed hole in it. If I remember correctly, the lady did oral sex for few times and then used her hand to ejaculate. And while she did that the condom did not break.
Unable to bear my psychological torture, I went for a second round of Western Blot test for me and my wife. And again the test proved negative for both of us for all parameters.
My intention is not to contradict or suspect the replies given by so many people, but only to share my fears which are not subsiding.
Is there a way to fight my fears and become normal as I was a few months ago? Thanks.