HIV Virus Examination Results?
Hello wr wb, good morning, I am saddil aged 23 years, want to ask, so this is it on 16 October 2017 then I massage in Bandung with a female therapist, sorry after the massage is complete I do not have intercourse only my penis is held and pulled down and finally I ejaculated and the semen was exposed to the therapist’s hand and then wiped it down using a towel …. I don’t know whether there was a wound or not on the therapist’s penis or hand ….. after that incident I was very afraid of catching the virus HIV, I have had a fever, sore throat, white tongue, and at any time in the neck near my ear there was a little lump … how long did it take, finally on 6 September 2018 (11 months after the incident) I tested for anti HIV elisa at RSUD Bekasi and the results are NON REACTIVE (TV antibody 0.04) u0026amp; NON-REACTIVE (TV antigen 0.01) ……. What do the doctors conclude with these results? do i need more tests? Thank you very much.
HIV is a viral infection that can be transmitted through several risky activities, such as unprotected sexual intercourse with HIV + sufferers, through sharing needles, especially for injecting drug users, through blood products contaminated with the HIV virus, or from mother to child during pregnancy. giving birth or breastfeeding.
In your case the chances of contracting HIV are not great. If the examination has been carried out and the results are non-reactive, it can be said that they are not infected because the incident has also been going on for quite a long time. but you should be able to re-check the next 3 months to make sure. The most important thing if it is not infected is not to return to actions that risk causing infection.
Symptoms that have appeared are flu-like symptoms which can arise due to other causes such as viral or bacterial infections and are not always caused by the HIV virus and the initial symptoms of the HIV virus do not always appear in every individual.
May be useful.