Someone Cum Inside Me and I Don't Know His HIV Status

If you're not on PrEP and the guy who f*cked you bareback cum inside you and you didn't know for sure if he's HIV negative, you might have a high risk of HIV tranmission. If you think you may have been recently exposed to HIV during sex, or if you shared needles or other injecting equipments, you should consider getting PEP to prevent you from being infected with HIV. PEP, whcih stands for post exposure prophylaxis, is a course of anti-HIV medications taken over a four week period that can prevent you becoming infected.

For PEP to work it needs to be started as soon as possible after exposure – and definitely within 72 hours.  And PEP is NOT a substitute for safe sex – using condoms and/or taking PrEP daily is always the best method of prevention.

If you think you’ve been exposed to HIV, call/visit TestBKK’s clinic partners immediately.  You can locate them here - but they're not always open 24 hours. Alternatively, you can get PEP from the emergency clinic of most hospitals.

If you stil have a lot of questions about PEP, learn more about PEP here.