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Dear Doctor,

I am in deep trouble. Pls. help me out.

I had protected oral sex with a CSW from Russia in 1st week of January'12. She gave to me. Also during the course i took some breast milk inside my mouth(2-3 drops) but spit it out.I think i had minor sore throat at that point of time.I am not aware of the status of the CSW. Post 12 days of that incident i got fever, sore throat , mouth ulcer, itiching, rashes,groin pain, cut in gorain, pain in abdomain, ant crawling feeling all over the body, night sweat, diaareha etc. Unfortunately i had contact with my wife post that ans also developed all the above symtopms. I went to skin specualst and as per him all this is due to stress. I took lot of antibiotics and anti allergies. The itching symtpoms are still there, i feel burning sensation all over my body. If all these are due to stress then these should not continue for a longer time.

I took 8weeks antibody test, which came negative. Is that due to the medicines i took? Pls. help.


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replied March 5th, 2012
HIV and AIDS Answer A32393
Welcome to e health forum.

HIV is not transmitted via 2-3 drops of breast milk. Hence there is no risk of HIV infection at all. Hence there was no ‎‎need for testing in the first place. ‎

All your symptoms are due to stress and anxiety, associated with your guilt. ‎

This has confirmed by the negative HIV ELISA test, done at 8 weeks post exposure. Hence you should get over your ‎‎guilt and get on with your life. ‎

The antibiotics and other medications, do not affect the HIV test.

Since you are not infected, with HIV, there is no risk of infecting your wife. But I would suggest you that you learn ‎from this episode and be committed in your marriage. ‎

You should ‎consult with your doctor for counselling who can clear all your fears and doubts about HIV.

I hope this helps.



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