I am not gay. But, 15 years ago, I had sex with a man. I am not sure if his penis entered my anus or not. I did it again with a man, a year later. And, ten years ago, I had sex with a male for the last time. I have not been involved in any such activities after that. I have got tested for HIV, ELISA, and CMIA several times last year and it all came back negative. Those were done in my teenage. I have turned over a new leaf and realized my mistakes. So my question is, can I get HIV in the future due to this? Is it likely that I am suffering from an STD and am unaware of it? I am unmarried. But, when I do get married and have sex with my wife, will there be a problem later?
I understand your concern.
You will not get HIV due to past activities. So remain relaxed, you are totally safe and will remain safe. Thanks.
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