Dear doctor I had a protected sex (by condom) with a sex-worker woman 20 days ago. I don't know any thing about her healthy. I am worried about the HI?

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Most people w/ a new HIV infection will test positive by approx 25 days post exposure. Although u should get tested sometime around a month post exposure, it's also recommended that u get tested again 12 weeks after the exposure. Be sure to get comprehensive STD testing along w/ HIV testing. See SexualHealth.com or go to a local STD Clinic or primary care doc. Use condoms and avoid sex workers.
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Protected sex using a condom reduces but does not eliminate your risk of HIV. You can get a rapid test now and then in a few months confirm the results with a blood test.
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Having sex with a sex worker is a high risk behavior for developing sexually transmitted infection, HIV and otherwise. Using condoms properly and consistently certainly diminishes the risk, but nothing is 100% (aside from not doing it in the first place). I wold recommend that you see a doctor to get tested if you areworried about it.
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