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Concern about HIV contraction due to spilling of semen in the eyes - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   my boyfreind fingered me then came on my belly, we had sex using a condom and then he pulled out and came on my leg, some semen got intomy eyes can i get hiv this way
User :   also i dont know if any semen spiiled on my labia
Doctor :   Does your boy friend have HIV?
User :   he says he dosnt
Doctor :   then you should not worry
User :   i got an hiv test 25 days later it was negative
Doctor :   about transmission of HIV virus
User :   but is this too early to know
Doctor :   The best time is 10 to 12 weeks after exposure
Doctor :   by ELISA
Doctor :   However there are few techniques which detect
User :   like what
Doctor :   the HIV earlier
Doctor :   PCR techniue to find out the RNA
User :   ok
Doctor :   DNA PCR
Doctor :   etc
Doctor :   P 53 antigen
User :   but can i get it if semen got into my eyes
Doctor :   semen tgetting into eyes may not be an issue
User :   ok
Doctor :   but semen in contact with the vaginal walls
Doctor :   is important
Doctor :   as the transimssion is more in those receptive area

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