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Hi...Welcome to Just Answer. I am Dr. Sumanth Amperayani and I am here to help you today. I have 15 years of experience in the field of Medicine at a tertiary care referral hospital. I will do my level best to alleviate your health concern. I am currently reviewing your question. I will be back in a moment to guide you further.
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I understand your concern.
I am glad to tell you that - No, you cannot get HIV like that.
The chances of HIV transmission in the scenario you have described is absolutely zero.
You can be rest assured about this.
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Yes - chlamydia is different - it is easy to acquire - but HIV is not.
To give you peace of mind - I will let you know certain facts.
Most people believe that if you have unprotected intercourse with an HIV positive person, you will get HIV 100% of the time which is NOT true.
The figures and chances that I have mentioned have been devised after years of studies and research and these are the chances that the CDC mentions as well.
Secondly, even if you had intercourse twice, the risk would still be low, at most around 0.1%. So there would be 99.9% chance that you didn't get the virus.
Given this - the chances of you getting HIV is zero please.
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I can assure you it is not HIV related.
I am happy that my interaction was helpful for you and put your mind at ease. In future you can opt me as your favorite medical expert so that you can ask me a question directly. I will be happy to help anytime.