Results Of HIV Examination After Oral Sex?
good night doctor, r n r n I want to ask in 5 months, I received oral sex from a massage woman but it did not come out as full, and I was afraid of contracting HIV, 12 days I tested for HIV at a non-reactive health center, and it ran out It’s 80 days from now for testing in the bio medical infony duo test or the 4th generation CMIDA, the results are still non-reactive 0.12 out of 1.00 r n r r I want to ask what of these results I have to have another blood test in 180 days left? and I also plan to have another blood test in 105 days. Is it necessary because I am afraid too because it is called a window period, do I go straight to a specialist doctor straight away?
HIV can be transmitted through several risky actions, such as from unprotected sexual relations with HIV positive sufferers, through shared needles especially for injecting drug users, through transfusions of blood products contaminated with the HIV virus, through mothers to children during pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. If it is through oral sex, the possibility of transmission can be said to be rare and the chance is small compared to other sexual intercourse, but of course it must be confirmed by examination.
If it has been done twice, the results are non-reactive, it can be said to be not infected, but to be sure it needs to be re-examined in the next 3 months. In addition, it is also necessary not to re-undertake repetition of actions that risk causing the transmission of HIV infection. Always maintain health and healthy sexual behavior, abstain from sexual intercourse by changing partners, especially those with no known medical history, using protective contraceptives such as condoms and not using drugs. If you feel calmer by checking with a doctor who specializes in internal medicine, of course this can be done where there will also be a repeat HIV test.
Also read articles about the early symptoms of HIV.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.