Can HIV be contracted through protected oral sex?
Not related to HIV.
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The risk of transmission of HIV from oral sex is very less and you had protected sex then noting to worry about HIV. The rashes are mostly due to some allergy or other skin infection but not related to HIV in any way so calm down your self.
HIV RNA PCR is negative at 12 and 21 days along with negative HIV CMIA duos test at 25 day then there is absolutely no risk for HIV. These results are 90% reliable and conclusive at 25 days so be relaxed as you are safe and risk free.
The rashes might be due to allergy or fungal infection.
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The rashes on shoulder and chest area may be due to allergy or fungal infection which is very common during summer season. Consult dermatologist for these, follow the advice and you will be fine soon.
HIV Duos 4th generation test is highly reliable and accurate at 25th day so don't get bothered about it. Just relax your self, forget about the incidence and move ahead because there is no risk of HIV at all.
It is not risky.
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The activity you had described is not risky as far as transmission of HIV is concerned because the HIV virus is not transmitted through licking of external genitals so you need not to bother much about it.
The results are very much convincing.
The results of HIV ELISA and herpes Igm are very much convincing to relieve your anxiety or unnecessary fear of HIV so again I will say you need not bother at all because the risk is very unlikely or practically nil in your case.
Yes the rash can be due to psoriasis.
Your doctor is absolutely right because psoriasis is presented as red pimple like rashes which may itch or bleed. The watery content of sperm is not due to any STD so don't think too much about this.
You can consult psychiatrist if not able to forget all these things and consider counselling services. Be relaxed and move ahead in life happily because there is no risk of any STI at all in your case.
It might be due to psoriasis as diagnosed by dermatologist.
You are diagnosed with psoriasis by dermatologist so these red tiny dots are due to this disease only not because of any STD. Don't get scared or feared too much and consider counselling services if not able to concentrate or forget these things.
Yes it will.
Psoriasis can cause painless red dots inside penis so don't get too much stressed or tensed and follow the advice of dermatologist. Avoid thinking too much as it is also not good for your health. Be relaxed and move ahead in life happily.
The rashes looks like to be due to psoriasis.
In my opinion also the rashes looks like to be due to psoriasis as told by the dermatologist so follow the expert advice for further management. You can definitely consult psychiatrist if not able to forget the things and for taking counselling services.
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