I had an exposure over a year ago when having protected vaginal sex with a CSW in vietnam, 3 days later i was back in the UK and had unprotected sex with a girl in the UK. I got tested 5 or 6 times, the last being just under six months after the exposure and they all came back negative. However, over the last 2 weeks both myself and the girl i had sex with upon returning to the UK have been having eye fasciculations and i've just been extremely scared that i might have passed something on to her. Is there any way the virus could have survived on my penis for 3 days and then been passed on to her? Have you ever heard of eye fasciculations being a sign of HIV infection? And would it be responsible to ask her to have a test because of the encounter that we had or is there no way that she could be positive if i tested negative 6 months after the exposure?
Thank you very much for your post. I beleive that I have answered this before.
You did not put yourslef at risk of HIV because it was a protected sexual encounter. To confirm this, you had negative HIV tests at the right periods of time. And those tests are totally conclusvie. You cannot transmit HIV if you do not have it in the first place, and that is your case. You are HIV negative. More information here regarding HIV seroconversion symptoms.In addition to that, I can also confirm that eye fascicullations is not a symptom of HIV. If you continue having these, you shoudl consult your doctor.