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Tachy asked 1 year ago

Dear doctor
I’m Now in Thailand for meeting. I came on 6th nov. this fateful night, I was dead drunk and brought a girl to my hotel room. I was so drunk that I fall asleep on my bed almost immediately.

I woke up when I felt I was given a blowjob. I thought nothing of it. Went back to sleep. Second time I woke up was a shock. The girl was actually a ladyboy and he was penetrating me. I was too late and she ejaculated inside me, with condom. I’m not sure if there’s a leak or break. This is my first ever such encounter.

I immediately washed up and went to the hospital. Both of us were tested for HIV by drawing blood. I do not know what type of test is it, but result came only after 45-60 min. Both of us were negative. The doctor then gave me some pills (T-Viread 1 pill 300mg, T-Lamivir 2 pills 150mg and Kaletra 200mg/50mg.) it was taken about 2-2.5 hours after the incident. I’m also given the above medication to be taken for next 28days with the first two to be taken once after breakfast and Kaletra to be taken twice a day, 12 hours apart.

I’m Super worried since then. May I know how high is my risk of contracting HIV? I read that during window period, blood test may show a false negative. What is my risk level of contracting HIV ?

Are the medication given to me adequate?

When can I see you at the earliest for an accurate HIV test?

Thank you and best regards
Tachy

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1 Answers
freedoctorhelpline Staff answered 12 months ago

If condom was used, there hardly remains any chance of contracting HIV even if your partner was infected. Secondly, your partner was tested negative and you were given anti viral medication. All these together makes your chance of contracting HIV very very minimal. Still, for your mental satisfaction you may repeat the HIV test after 2 months of the exposure.

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