... or vaginal sex is classed as a risk of an HIV infection and I hate to be the bearer of bad news but this risk exists whether ejaculation takes place or not. ... (2 replies)
... You're NOT sure if you were penetrated or not? Did this person have micropenis? My friend, you would KNOW (if you're a virgin) if you were, indeed, penetrated. Your risk seems nonexistent. With that said, and just from reading your other posts: it appears you're taking more and more risks (from protected blowjobs to getting in risky situations). Do you REALLY want to... (3 replies)
... It would not be a concern. HIV can only happen inside your body, ir feom unprotected sex. If his penis went in you would certainly know, there is know grey area on that. ... (3 replies)
... Since I'm a virgin, I don't know if it went in.. There was no lube or oral foreplay. What if he had precum while I was sitting on it? ... (3 replies)
... Your 6 week test is a very good indication of your status. This is a low risk encounter, so combined with your 6 week test its very unlikely indeed that have HIV.
Well there is always a chance that your 12 week test could return positive, but I have never seen a 6 week test come back that way. So I would not worry much at all. If your 9 week test is negative then quite... (2 replies)
... Hi all, brand new to the boards here!
So I did something stupid at the beginning of Sept... had unprotected vaginal sex with a guy. However, neither of us were really into it so I stopped it halfway through. No fluids went into me (unless precum that maybe I didn't notice). Ever since then, even though he told me he was clean, I've been freaking out. So I tested at 6... (2 replies)
... Absolutely NO RISK whatsoever. Air renders HIV unable to infect its host. ... (1 replies)
... s involved. I gave a protected blowjob but my permanent retainer behind my teeth would sometimes get caught on the condom. When the condom was removed, there was precum and it touched his hand. He did touch and finger my anus. What if there was precum on his finger and it went inside? ... (1 replies)
... Greetings, my friends. I have been scared of HIV for WAY too long ... many years. ... (9 replies)
... We didn't finish in one another mouth, I tasted a little precum and pulled out and basically the same with him. ... (1 replies)
... Precum on Anus from Anal Rubbing is not a risk as HIV is fragile and easily damaged instantly once exposed to oxygen and poses no risk in the situation you are concerned with. ... (1 replies)
... About 13 months ago, I met with a man and we exchanged oral and mutual masturbation. He got a little precum in my mouth, but I just swallowed. It was very little. I may or may not have had dental work around that time..I can't remember. ... (1 replies)
... Precum on Anus from Anal Rubbing is not a risk as HIV is fragile and easily damaged instantly once exposed to oxygen and poses no risk in the situation you are concerned with. ... (5 replies)
... About two weeks ago I met with a man I've met before, he says he is HIV negative. ... (5 replies)
... I never suck it, just lick and I never lick the head , I think his precum leak down near his ball... so I think it qlready contact with air and temperature.., but what i am scare are my bitten tongue . ... (10 replies)
... He did not ejaculate inside me. does precum contain enough HIV to infect through one act of unprotected sex? ... (1 replies)
... ent my foreskin pulled back. I am totally convinced on my protected vaginal sex and bit worried on my unprotected foreplay and believing that some of the vaginal precum fluids may entered through my uthrea. ... (5 replies)
... in the 30 years of the HIV epidemic, there hasn't been a confirmed case of oral sex transmission. Think of all the episodes of oral sex that have occurred in the past 30 years. ... (4 replies)
... I have had it confirmed he is HIV positive, I know that oral sex is a theoretical risk of getting HIV and not a documented one. But the fact is there is still a risk regardless of how great or small! ... (4 replies)
... If anybody is remotely at risk, they will hear it from one of the regular members here.
Your situation isn't any different from hundreds of posts on this forum. You never had an exposure, never had a risk for HIV, never needed PEP, shouldn't have been prescribed PEP, and have overreacted to a no risk situation. (4 replies)