I am male and I had sex with a girl (I doubt her past) but I don't know about her HIV status.. While I was using the condom she helped me to put it on my Penis..... I am not sure whether she had any vaginal fluid on her fingers or notâ¦.But she touched the inside wall of a condom and then put it over my penis...The condom did not break or slip in the process....It was my first sex experience and first vaginal intercourse....I am quite paranoid and restless now... Is there any risk? I did not indulge in any kind of oral sex.... only she touching my condom with her hand putting on my penis is a big concern.... Also I am feeling bit dizzy and have abdomen pain 3 days after the incident...Very restless, lack of concentration and fear is accruing my depression..... I am feeling so guilty now...
Please help me...
Hi and welcome to the forum! I am glad that I can help you.
You want to know whether you might be at risk of being infected with HIV.
HIV (human immune deficiency virus) affects the immune system and leads to a condition known as AIDS which is characterized with opportunistic infections and certain types of cancers. Infection with this virus appears with direct contact with blood, semen, vaginal fluid, pre-ejaculate, or breast milk. The four major routes of transmission are unsafe sex, contaminated needles, breast milk, and transmission from an infected mother to her baby at birth (vertical transmission).
Given the data that you described, it is not likely that you might be at risk of being infected. However, to be completely sure you may consider having a diagnostic test for diagnosis of possible HIV infections such as ELISA, Western blot and IFA(immunefluorescence assay) 12 weeks after the suspicious event.
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