... and do you reckon I am entering into my last stage...I am stressed out bigtime...always had this HIV phobia..despite which I made this one mistake..which I regret!!!! ... (1 replies)
... Receiving oral is absolutely no risk. As for giving oral, your saliva contains over a dozen elements and proteins which very effectively prevent the transmission of viable HIV.
There have been several longterm studies of sero-discordant couples, both gay and straight. They all had lots of mutual oral sex unprotected and only protected vaginal and anal intercourse. The... (3 replies)
... elf and go in for a rapid test. Stop torturing yourself and suck it up and just do it. You are well beyond the scope of any internet forum and need professional HIV counseling and testing to get over your phobia. ... (1 replies)
... There are many oral threads every week about this, which I'm sure you have read. In short HIV is not transmitted via oral sex. I have never known a case of such and there is no good reason for you to have any concerns about this event. ... (3 replies)
... I m planning to go to a hiv checkpoint for a rapid saliva test in a week and also talk about this with them as well. ... (3 replies)
... Thanx for the answer, I know about about symptoms, that they cant show anything, but still I m a bit stressed. I ve met a girl recently and we are heading towards the sex phase soon, of course I will use condoms in vaginal sex as I always do, but oral sex with her makes me nervous, should I be?
Also, what can be the earliest time an antibody test can make sense?
thanx a... (3 replies)
... The event your concerned about would not happen, even if it did it would pose no risk as HIV becomes inactive outside the body and your tests are evidence of this and you don't need to test again. ... (1 replies)
... I think I was exposed to HIV about 11 weeks back. ... (1 replies)
... Well it looks like you have HIV phobia or anxiety issues, so you should seek help from a Psychiatrists. Their is nothing else we can help you with, so please get help. ... (2 replies)
... The only advice you can be given here is actions you can take to prevent an HIV infection. Condom up mate, it is that simple. ... (1 replies)
... You need to get help for your HIV phobia as all your questions are nothing short of bizzare and you would benifit from getting help for your OCD. ... (1 replies)
... all wild speculations on your part.
you can double guess anything in this world.
i would suggest you look into whats called hiv phobia
and seek out professional treatment for it.
it sounds like where you go to get tested
would agree with me also.
good luck (82 replies)
... And it is possible to get HIV from sharing a razor... if they cut themselves while shaving and get blood on the razor then u come along and shave with it and cut yourself..... ... (13 replies)
... I already gave you reasons why trivial cuts and sores are not a route for HIV transmission in your other thread. ... (13 replies)
... As you seem to have a phobia about HIV, maybe you should stop going to these places. ... (4 replies)
... What is a concern is you seem to have an hiv phobia, maybe you should think about getting help for this. ... (3 replies)
... Hiv is passed on from unprotected sex, nothing else, you do not need to test.
What is clear, you have issues with what you do, so if you have a phobia about this then maybe a change in life style is required (5 replies)
... In your case 100%, you never came close to a risk and all this is pointless stress. If every time your going to react like this when meeting a woman your going to have a very poor quality of live buds and i think you should seek help for your phobia.os (9 replies)
... Last year in Mid 2011 I had and encounter with a female that I kissed and stated to receive oral from her (I'm male), the oral only lasted for 3-5 seconds max. I washed of my genital right away with water and left as I am married and my conscious told me to. 8 months later I find out that the female is positive, I confessed to my wife of what happened. We both took a blood... (1 replies)
... Buddy you should seek professional counselling for your HIV phobia and obsession. This is the fourth thread you have started here and in each one it has been explained, clearly and precisely, how HIV is transmitted. ... (7 replies)