Possibility Of Contracting HIV?

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I did risky activities without safety 14 weeks ago, but I had my VCT test at 3, 9, 12 weeks using the rapid and elisa method, in 2 different hospitals and all the results were non-reactive. But I haven’t tested for syphilis, chlamdya or trichomoniasis because there are no symptoms. and smlm I did sex with different men no oral, no sex but he rubbed his penis against my vagina, I was worried if it could be a risk .. because I read on the internet that trichomoniasis is prone to HIV (I’m afraid there is trichomoniasis). . is it a risk?

1 Answer:

Hello SarafRf, Thank you for the question.

HIV transmission is by contact with a patient's body fluids with the mucous wall of an organ (for example, the walls of the urinary tract and sperm in men, vaginal walls, rectum walls, oral walls) or by injection directly into the bloodstream. The fluids that can transmit HIV are ejaculatory and pre-ejaculatory fluids, vaginal mucus, rectal mucus, blood, and breast milk. If you have had your serial HIV test and the results are non-reactive, you are not currently infected with HIV. Trichomoniasis infection does not specifically make a person vulnerable to HIV infection. Sexual sexual activity that you have a risk of other infections such as genital warts and genital herpes.

To avoid sexually transmitted infections, you should avoid having multiple partners. If you have sex, suggest that your partner uses a barrier (condom) to reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections. Immediately get checked out if you have complaints related to reproductive organs.

Hope this information is helpful.

Dr. Aloisia

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