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Old 01-14-2013, 06:51 AM   #1
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hiv or anxiety

Ok..I'm from malaysia..and I'm being crazy over the anxiety that played me well..

Here comes the situation..I had a sex with a sex worker 8 weeks ago (62 days exact)..I don't know her status..but we performed an unprotected oral sex for around 5 minutes and before we performed oral sex..she cleaed  her mouth using a antiseptic mouthwash and after that we performed protected sex.

After that event..I started having a headache, muscle pain, my hand and my legs were constantly shaking like never before.

I'm afraid I may be infected with HIV so I took an HIV test at the Government clinic here in Malaysia.

The test are using InTec advanced quality Rapid anti HIV 1&2 (finger *****) and the result as follows :

3 weeks - negative
4.5 weeks (rapid and elisa) - negative
7 weeks - negative

First question :

1) am i having a risk of infected by HIV????
2) is it antiseptic moutwash can inc.rease the chance of transmission of HIV?? As I read it kill the saliva cell that kills hiv cells...
3)is it 7 weeks indicator shows im good and free from hiv?
4)do i need a further testing??

 
Old 01-14-2013, 06:56 AM   #2
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Re: hiv or anxiety

1. you were not risk of hiv. protected sex is just that, protected. Oral sex is not a risk of hiv. All she has done is kiss you penis not your lips. salvia does not carry any active hiv antibodys.
2. It matters not as above.
3. The test is fine.
4. Not at all. you had no risk and your test has proved that.

All is fine mate :-)
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:06 AM   #3
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Re: hiv or anxiety

Ok as i dont know whether she has a cut on her mouth or gums or ulcer?? Even if she has all the condition, am i at risk having infection???

 
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Re: hiv or anxiety

None of those would pose any risk and your test has proved that by being negative :-)
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:30 AM   #5
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Re: hiv or anxiety

But there is something funny..the doctor advise me to do the test again at 13/2 which is 3 month around after the exposure and set me up an upcoming appointment and here is the funny thing.upon arriving the at the recieptionist table,the medical assistant call me and change the appointment date that the doctor given to me.he lecture me about a hiv and he said i need to test on may which 7 month after exposure.WTH with that medical assistant,he change the doctor description like he is a doctor!!!!!!

I cant believe that my country still practising a 6 month window period and medical assistant rule over the doctor authorities.for those who live in Malaysia. I guess my anxiety got me this time..my head is still full of hiv stuff eventhough my test shows me im negative.

BTW thank you apollo for your fast response.thank you very much!!!

 
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Re: hiv or anxiety

Hey no problem. Agreed, 6 months is outdated, infact since 2004. You can test at 3 months if you wish but it will be negative 100% sure.
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:15 AM   #7
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Thank you again apollo for your comment. Googling about hiv is such a virus,lots of misinformation and opinion.

Btw again..thank you apollo

 
Old 01-14-2013, 12:10 PM   #8
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Re: hiv or anxiety

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Ok..I'm from malaysia..and I'm being crazy over the anxiety that played me well..

Here comes the situation..I had a sex with a sex worker 8 weeks ago (62 days exact)..I don't know her status..but we performed an unprotected oral sex for around 5 minutes and before we performed oral sex..she cleaed  her mouth using a antiseptic mouthwash and after that we performed protected sex.

After that event..I started having a headache, muscle pain, my hand and my legs were constantly shaking like never before.

I'm afraid I may be infected with HIV so I took an HIV test at the Government clinic here in Malaysia.

The test are using InTec advanced quality Rapid anti HIV 1&2 (finger *****) and the result as follows :

3 weeks - negative
4.5 weeks (rapid and elisa) - negative
7 weeks - negative

First question :

1) am i having a risk of infected by HIV????
2) is it antiseptic moutwash can inc.rease the chance of transmission of HIV?? As I read it kill the saliva cell that kills hiv cells...
3)is it 7 weeks indicator shows im good and free from hiv?
4)do i need a further testing??

 
Old 01-14-2013, 12:14 PM   #9
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Re: hiv or anxiety

I would suggest getting a full screaning. You could have contacted another STD that made you feel ill. Probably not but it would give you peace of mind

 
Old 01-16-2013, 02:15 AM   #10
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Re: hiv or anxiety

Ok ive done a 8 week rapid test and it come back negative so am i clear to have a sex with my wife??? She been curious i didnt touch her for almost 2 month..so am i clear to proceed??

 
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Re: hiv or anxiety

You were clear of HIV from the very beginning and your test confirms that. You will NOT give your wife HIV by having sex with her because you can't give her something that you don't have! You are in the clear re: HIV.

 
Old 01-16-2013, 02:26 AM   #12
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Re: hiv or anxiety

Then thank you joggen for your input..im putting this behind and move on from my 8 weeks test..again thank you very much to all of you..

 
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