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Dear Doctor,

I had protected oral sex with csw in first week of Jan'12. Not sure of the status of the csw. I took 2-3 drops of breast milk inside my mouth and then spitted it out. I think i had minor sore throat at that point of time. After two weeks i developed all the symtopms, fever, siore throat, diaareha, rash skin, itching, night sweats, pain in abdomain and groin area, cut in the groain area etc. This has made my life hell. I am still having persistent itiching and rashes. Unfortunately i had contact with my wife post that encounter and also she was having fever and also getting all the above symtopms slowly. My 8 weeks antibody test was negative. I am also very much gulity that i may have infected my wife.

Pls. doctor help me and advise me. Its the most disastrous time for me. Completely broken.


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replied March 2nd, 2012
HIV and AIDS Answer A32286
Hello and 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. ‎

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.

The symptoms described appear to be due to bacterial infections (staphylococcus or streptococcal). You should consult with your doctor for counselling and also prescription of proper antibiotics which will help in complete resolution.

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