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Unprotected vaginal intercourse with HIV positive. Chances of getting affected?

Hiiiiii..... I am 28 year old male.... I had a one night stand with someone 2 months back... I think she might be hiv+ and i had no clue about it at the time of intercourse... Intercourse is vaginal..I know i should have used a protection but i cant help it now...we might have made out for five minutes or so... I m really scared... Are there chances of me getting affected????
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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Hai Sweetpoison789,
All the exposures are necessarily infective. We have many couples with regular sex contacts in one of them HIV positive and the other remain HIV negative for years together. This condition is called sero-discordant couple. Anyway check your blood for HIV with some Rapid or ELISA test. They will usually become positive within 8-12 weeks time if it is really infective. You already crossed 2 months. So you can get yourself checked and if it is negative you are safe. In case if you are having a positive test then also there are lot of treatment modalities to remain healthy for any long duration. So this is the right time and get checked than thinking the probabilities and chances. You will be free.
Answered: Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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