im just so scared...before this i only had one partner and we were both hiv neg...
when u say decent odds, and i know its not exact, but are there numerical stats....Since the guy that I had the anal w/ ejac told me he was tested and was hiv neg (altho im hard on trust)...should i be extremely worried?
and since 3 months have elapsed...if i get a hiv neg result, can i breathe easier?
Ok...I know I made a few dumb mistakes but I'd appreciate help. I was always careful when it came to sex...But recently I became lonely and depressed and acted in a way I'm not proud of.
I have had the following encounters with different partners, al of whom told me they were clean from STDs/HIV: --oral in which i swallowed (it was forced) --unprotected anal one encounter with ejaculation (he said he was tested and is HIV neg) --unprotected vaginal without ejaculation, not sure of pre-cum (4 diff partners one encounter each)
I know I need to get tested and I plan on it...But I am very scared in which I am so nervous I am getting sick over it. My last encounter was over 3 months ago when I made sure I stopped. And I do not plan on being so stupid in the future.
Please at least give me some advise so that I gain courage to get tested. Someone please help.
But I wanted to ask before getting tested and based on some research it seems like I have some decent odds on my sideView Thread
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