Nervous about hiv

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I am a little bit nervous at the moment about this as on holiday i ended up so drunk i got a bj off a black african women but had a condom on, went clinic yesterday but being told to wait 12 weeks.

After reading on the internet it says theres a very low chance of catching anything but could anyone shed any light on this for me.

Thanks

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  • Posted

    IF the condom didn’t come off you should’ve done what symptoms do you have 
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    Joe you should be able to test at a clinic after 4 weeks on the 4th generation test so whoever said wait 12 weekend don’t listen that is for a conclusive result that first test after 4 weeks should give you a good indication and some peace of mind before the 12 week test these tests hardly change after that time I hadn’t every symptom under the sun from flu like symptoms to eye strain to not being able to smell so many scary things and I had a negative test after 2,4,6,12 weeks so I believe it’s something else I’m sure you will be okay with the testing if you suffer from anxiety don’t do any activity’s that make you worry about stuff like this I’m bad for health anxiety that I basically said yeah it’s hiv nothing else so I know hand on heart you will Be okay honest 
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    Cheers sam appreciate it 
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    Yeah guys im probs still gonna get tested and get negative results for a few months then eventually put my mind at ease but joe you defo haven’t got

    Hiv still get a full check up to Be sure it’s always good to check and keep healthy 

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    Hi Mate,

    Zero chances for ur activity of getting hiv. I swear. So y can't u have a beer 🍻 and chill yourself and thank God.

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