Good,put that money to better use.By your mother a gift or something.
I will try my best to save my time and money. Thank you again.
you would be totally wasting your time if you tested for a no risk situation,I would just forget about this.
Thank you very much for you time. (My wound was bleeding little...)
Both Teak and you give me courage to do a test.
But my first choice is directly moving on.
No you are not right,how is it going to enter your bloodstream,first of all those fluids have been exposed to air & therefore are not infectious and secondly where are the open veins or arteries at the base of your penis,that wound was not large enough to ever pose an HIV risk.There is very little HIV virus in vaginal fluids
lol... I hope he is really behind times. I choose to trust you.
Teak, may I know where did you get the HIV knoweldges from?
Your opinion is that once the infected vaginal exposed into the air, it loses its infectious at once even the virus is not 100% die. Right?
For my understanding, what you said was exactly correct. But I think my case was special. Because the vaginal fluid was fresh. And my wound was also fresh. The virus in fluid can enter my blood system through my wound.
Am I right?
Dear Teak, thank you very much for your kind reply. I also want to move along, but I can't make it. Because the different suggestion. You told me that the HIV virus cannot maintain the infectious if it leaves its host. But the doctor said that the virus can keep its infectious until it becomes dry. So what I touch was the fresh and wet fluid. The wound was also fresh (10 mins). Can it be called an EXPOSURE?
Because HIV transmission occurs inside the body not outside like you describe.
I really appreciate to you for your fast respond. I don't concern the vaginal sex. As I knew and belived that a protected sex won't casue a HIV infection.
What I am really worried was the fresh wound as I described + fresh vaginal fluid. I still don't have any HIV concern even though the wound really contacted her fluid? Why?
You never had an exposure. Move along.
You had no risk--the singapore CDC is incorrect,the head of your penis was protected during the vaginal penetration.Stop worrying.
I had a protected sex with a female sex worker. And I don't know her HIV status.
But I have 2 worries.
First, the condom didn't cover the root of my penis.
Second, my groin area skin was cut by something 10 minutes before the sexual. The wound was bleeding a little bit and it was narrow and shallow.
I am afraid her vaginal fluid contacted the root of my penis and the wound as I described.
I called Singapore CDC. The doctor told me that I was in risk as the groin area was under pressure during the sexual if the infected vaginal contacted the area.