I am new to this so if I did not post in the right section please let me know so that I can navigate through this forum. A few months ago when I would masturbate, I would feel a heaviness in my lower abdomen region, but would go away shortly afterwards. Becuase of that I thought nothing of it. A while back, I had sex with my current girlfriend for the first time. I then felt a heaviness in my genital region shortly after and slight pain in my urethra. I still have it by the way. At first I thought it was one of the bacterial STD's, but all of those came back negative. No discharge whatsoever. I was feeling some serious abdominal pains and itchiness in my anus. I thought I had herpes, but no outbreak. An IGG specific test revealed that I was negative for genital herpes. My anxiety over this caused me to have a conversation about std's with my girl. She told me that within the last several months she had sex with two people (both protected). I actually had sex again with my current girlfriend this past weekend. Now I feel really fatigued, headaches, difficutly concentrating, chills, body aches, and even some skin peeling off of the head of my penis. There is no rash, fever, or pain in my neck, and no swolen lymph nodes. When I went to a urologist, he told me that I have acute prostratitis and gave me some antibiotics to take for a month. Am I at risk for HIV eventhough she said that she was protected? What gets me is that she said she got tested a few weeks after those previous partners (I think a month). But that's not enough time to have a conclusive HIV negative result right? Thank you all for being understanding.
I'm sorry, I did not clarify. My sex with my girlfriend was two unprotected sessions lasting about 5-10 min each. This past weekend, three unprotected sessions around the same timeframe each session. The protected sex was what I explained that my girlfriend had with two other partners a few months ago.
You have not stated how long you have been with her, so if its a new relationship then always use condoms buds.
Ok, well you could both that a test. If you have both been together 3 months and faithfull, then both tests would be valid and neither of you have HIV. If you havent been together that long. rubber up at then test at that time scale.
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