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Posted by: Unknown | 2018/02/13

Q.

HIV risks

Hi I am a female so long story short a known to be hiv positive male almost had sex with me . I did not find out til after but here’s what happened . ALot of kissing and genital rubbing then he tried to go in , I don’t believe he did but I definetelt felt pressure on my vagina but it didn’t feel as if it was in. If so it was the head for about 5-7 and I said no and he took it out , shortly after I then I felt a burning sensation. I went to the doctor a week later and I had trichomoniasis. Then I heard he had hiv. What are my risk from this situation?? Please help !

Expert's Reply

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HIV/Aids expert
- 2018/02/20

The risk is there but it is smaller because it was not full penetrative sexual intercourse with ejaculation. If he is HIV positive and on antiretroviral treatment with an undetectable viral load, then the risk is negligible because #UndetectableEqualsUntransmittable. Please go and get tested for HIV all the same because it is good for everyone to know their HIV status

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