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HIV 4th gen due test at 31 days, rapid test(TRI DOT) at 42 days, at 54 days and at 64 days tests they are all negative. Am i HIV free or do i need another test? Despite having some symptoms ( nausea and joint pain). What is the actual window period of hiv 4th gen test and rapid test ( tri dot). Thank you so much for answering and reading my concerns.
Hi, thanks for your questions. The HIV TRI DOT test is not used in Canada. The 4th generation HIV test is now routinely used in Canada and can reliably detect HIV at a month. This means that the HIV negative test results that you have received at 54 days and 64 days are accurate. this would also meant that the symptoms of nausea and joint pain are not from HIV infection. Please consider seeing a... Read Full Answer
Hi there couple days ago i had a sex with an escort by appointment only i took a shower and she came back she wash my hands to make sure i'm clean than we started she put condom on my fellatio to give me oral sex and than she came on top of me than we did sideways when we did sideways the condom went inside her i pulled out and we put new condom on i think the condom went inside of her maby for 1-2 minute but at the end i came inside the condom my question is what are my risk for catching STD?...
Hi Let me know if I got this wrong but is sounds like the condom slipped off while you were having vaginal sex. The concern would be if you came in contact with any vaginal fluids when this happed, I could see that depending were the condom was when it slipped off that your penis may or may not have come in contact with vaginal fluids. It sounds like you have been really safe with using... Read Full Answer
Hi, i had an unprotected sex 9 weeks ago. After 3 days of exposure i had a nausea that i still have it. I and the girl did hiv rapid test at 12 days after exposure. Both test results were negative. And after 2 weeks i had a headache that lasted for few days. I did hiv ab/ag test at 31 days in uk and result was not detected. I did another rapid test at 54 days and test result was negative. At 7 week i started having joint pain which is still on. And again i and the girl did rapid hiv test (tri...
Hi, thanks for writing in with your concerns. It sounds like you have been worrying about HIV. When both you and your partner have tested negative for HIV, this means that the symptoms that you are experiencing are not caused by HIV because you both do not have HIV. Please consider seeing a doctor about your concerns of ongoing joint pain and nausea; so you can be assessed in person and... Read Full Answer
I’ve been diagnosed with hpv and am being treated for one genital wart above my labia. My boyfriend and I (I am a female) have been having unprotected sex for 6 months and the wart (previously thought to be a skin tag) has always been present. Can my boyfriend and I still have sexual while I’m being treated, can I give him oral sex as well and do we need to use co dons. He most likely has it and can we pass it back and forth?
HPV is a skin-to-skin contact STI which means that it is possible to transmit the virus to your partner during sex. It is important to note that there are more than 150 different types of strains of HPV, and only a few will cause genital warts. This means that you don't necesarily need to have a wart to have HPV. Rest assured that HPV is quite common and our immune systems typically clear... Read Full Answer
My partner and I both have the HSV2 virus. I however show no symptoms and don't have outbreaks. I know shedding can still occur and be undetectable in males. If this shedding occurs during sex could this trigger an outbreak for my partner?
Hi, thanks for your question. Asymptomatic shedding can occur in both men and women. If you both have the HSV2 virus, then you dont pass it back and forth between each other so your shedding will not trigger an outbreak for your partner. Things that can possibly trigger an outbreak for her would be a lot of friction during sex causing the genital skin to be stressed making an outbreak more likely... Read Full Answer