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... Hiya. Indeed you have a risk although very small. It's unlikely she would have HIV in the first place and condom breaks hardly ever result in HIV transmission, its very very rare indeed. ... (5 replies)
... Hiya. Indeed you have a risk although very small. It's unlikely she would have HIV in the first place and condom breaks hardly ever result in HIV transmission, its very very rare indeed. ... (5 replies)
HIV scared
Mar 7, 2014
... llen lymph nodes for about 3 weeks.Then 2 weeks after I got a severe sore throat and night sweats for about 3 days. I'm really worried that I might've contracted HIV from this experience even though I've read my actions were really low risk. I keep trying to remember that night and if maybe my condom broke. ... (11 replies)

... chance of HIV transmission. ... (18 replies)
... minutes. He stopped immediately because he realized the condom broke. He left to get more condoms before coming back. I told him I was in pain and nervous so we just masturbated. He did not ejaculate in me. ... (18 replies)
... on this board were about the protection condoms provide in preventing HIV. I heard back from the senior members and they were pretty adamant that as long as the condom was intact I had nothing to worry about. ... (10 replies)
Update
Jan 22, 2014
... because I was too scared, what a coward I know. I am now a good couple of weeks away from testing. ... (4 replies)
... A test at 3 months will confirm your status for the exposure in july, the others were not a risk of hiv. ... (13 replies)
... If you as said " threw the condom away " that would indicate the condom was taken off and that means its intact, so you had protected sex and no risk of HIV. When condoms fail, they burst like a balloon and all that is left is a ring around the base of your penis. ... (1 replies)
... If you did then you have a low risk of HIV and a test at 6 weeks will give you a good indication of your status but a test at 3 months will be conclusive. If you didnt have unprotected sex then you didnt have a risk of HIV. ... (21 replies)
... Waiting for the full three months to have an HIV test is kind of outdated. With modern HIV tests almost all HIV infections are now detected between 2 to 6 weeks and the three month test is simply confirm the findings of earlier tests. ... (23 replies)
... Really mate, you have nothing to worry about. HIV transferance is no mystery. ... (24 replies)
Condom broke
Oct 13, 2010
... so do the maths... its very very unlikley. That said their is a risk as you dont know their status. ... (6 replies)
Condom broke
Oct 4, 2010
... minutes of our sex..i didnot notice only she realised that it was broken as I cummed inside her.. immediately she went and cleaned herslef..even I cleaned my penis. ... (6 replies)
Help condom broke
Oct 13, 2009
... Since the condom broke, you are also at risk for other STDs like Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and Hepatitis B, so be sure to ask the doctor when you can get tested for those as well. ... (12 replies)
... Did the condom have any damage? ... (8 replies)
... protection against an HIV infection. There has not been a single case of HIV ever being transmitted via protected sex, not one. HIV as been around for thirty years. ... (13 replies)
... But at the back of my mind, i am constantly worried and not able to enjoy life at all. How long i have to wait to get tested? ... (12 replies)
... Your risk of contracting HIV from this episode is extremely small, bordering on zero. HIV despite the fear it generates is an extremely difficult virus to transmit from person to person and even more from a female to a male. ... (12 replies)
... Does this make chances of infection any higher? ... (9 replies)


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