Originally Posted by extreme22
thanks i will be getting tested but what are the chances I'm positive?
Buddy, this is the 64 million dollar question that everybody asks. It is not a question that can ever be answered on an internet forum and it is really not beneficial to speculate.
There are many factors at play here, not least the HIV status of the women you were with. This is a completely unknown and even if any of them had HIV, their viral load would be another completely unknown. It is a sad fact that people do get unlucky and get infected through one off exposures; on the other hand it is also a fact that people have many, many high risk exposures(your risk by the way is not extemely high) and do not get infected.
There are statistics going around the net but I personally never quote them because an HIV status is not determined by statistics. If it is of any comfort to you HIV is an extremely difficult virus to transmit from person to person and more so from a female to a male. In the entire 6 years I have been on this forum, I have literally seen thousands of scenarios, many for them low to zero risk and some of them extremely high risk. In this is entire time; I have only ever, to the best of my recollection, seen one member report a positive result.
Buddy a risk of an HIV infection does not automatically mean somebody has been infected with HIV, it means there is a risk here and many many high risk exposures still result in negative results.
So, let’s see how your results pan out and please let us know what they are.