kc524 saidthank all of you so much... after seeing lil tank's reply I went to university's ER right away. after waiting for like 4 hours to get to see the doctor, the doctor told me 1. I have to do the blood testing in order to get the medicine. 2. the medicine is only effective within 72 hours. saying effective is kinda misleading... it's jus "decreases the possibilities." and since I fucked on sept 18th so basically if I got the virus then I'm done with it.
driving home, I was thinking growing up people have always been so generous about the mistakes we've made. But in the adult world, we don't always get a second chance to fix em. well I know it sounds cliche. I'm so not myself today. Anyways I hope the next time when all of you who are readin this post decide to have sex, Be Safe, and Be Reponsible to your family. AIDS is not that far away from you.
Having unprotected sex doesn't automatically mean you contracted HIV. The other guy has to have it in order for you to be infected. Even so, it would depend on whether there was anal sex, if you were the top or bottom, and tons of other factors. The highest risk would be if he has HIV and he shot a load in you.
However, it is good to assume you can get it just from having bareback sex. This scares you out of ever doing it which is great.
Its only been 7 days since you were potentially exposed. I believe your body doesn't develop the antibody which these tests detect until after a few weeks, for some people months. There are tests that look for the virus itself but those won't be something you can order and perform at home. Perhaps you can ask your doctor.
I think you'll be fine whether it turns out negative or positive. I promise.