Patient :Hi doctor. Well last Friday I had sex with a prostitute. I offered a condos but she said she don't trust other people condom. She put the condom on and they she gave me oral sex to make it hard for a few seconds. After we had vaginal sex for a few minutes with condom. I stopped because it was my first time and was nervous. I didn't ejaculate or pre cum. The condom wasn't ripped or slipped. After a week I experience a lot of stress and anxiety because of me thinking I got a STD or HIV. But condom was always on through the experience. After a week though I was mastitbating and my cum was strong and it flew everywhere. Then I felt some mild burning or stinging in the head of penis the urethra. No pain during urination or discharge. What do you think I might have? Please answer. I'm concerned.
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In your case, the chances of getting HIV are very remote. See, HIV can occur through oral sex, though chances are very less but yes, once can contract of the partner is HIV positive.
Since you have got your test done after 2 months of exposure, you had already crossed the window period at the time of getting the test. So, after 2 months, if you are negative for HIV, you are not HIV infected as we consider a negative test after 2 months of exposure, that too low-risk exposure in an asymptomatic individual as negative test.
So, just relax, and promise yourself that you will not repeat the activity again.
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