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Mistakes made
Dec 21, 2014
... If you wore a condom then you are safe. You had protected sex so you won't have contracted HIV. ... (4 replies)
... You had protected sex as your penis head was covered, you don't have a HIV concern. ... (1 replies)
... Im a 25 yr old male.i had sex with a prostitute. It was a protected viginal intercourse. No anal or oral was done. The condom did not break. ... (1 replies)

... If you have an STI then it is easier to catch HIV I agree HOWEVER you are definitely not at great risk. I expect your doctor meant greatER risk. You had protected vaginal sex so there is NO risk of HIV there. Oral sex carries NO risk either. A greater risk of No risk is....umm....NO RISK. Your negative results are correct. ... (3 replies)
... Hello all, First I want to thank you for being an amazing support method in this moment of extreme anxiety in my life. Ok here is my story, I had protected vaginal sex but unprotected Oral sex the guy did not ejaculate in my mouth but I did swallow some pre***. I asked the guy if he had been tested and he said yes but people can lie and I take full responsibility for that... (3 replies)
... You had protected sex so NO RISK and oral sex is NO RISK. You've also been tested and got NEGATIVE results. ... (2 replies)
... To cut a long story short I engaged in sexual behaviour with a female in Singapore while ridiculously drunk and have been worried about HIV ever since. ... (2 replies)
... You had protected sex, that's safe sex, you were not at risk from HIV that's why your tests are negative. ... (3 replies)
... You had protected sex which is not a risk of HIV. If the condom broke then you would have known as there would be no condom to take off. ... (1 replies)
... and he told me he was HIV negative. This happened on October 31st. ... (3 replies)
... I feel it is sad that I have resorted to a forum to gauge wether or not I should still have a fear of infection. I had sex with a lady that did not last too long as I completely lost the desire to continue as I realized that what I was doing was wrong and a complte risk I was not willing to not take any further I had sex with her to support a drug habit as she does often... (1 replies)
... You had protected sex. If you were able to come inside the condom, then the condom was intact. When they fail, they fail very noticeably....think a split balloon. ... (1 replies)
... you quote is usually given for UNprotected insertive vaginal sex with a KNOWN positive woman. That would be a negative man having sex without protection with an HIV positive woman. The risk is per it could technically happen the first time or never happen at all. ... (3 replies)
... My chances of HIV should technically be 0. ... (1 replies)
... No it's OK you are safe. The HIV virus is very fragile and cannot survive outside of the body. You had protected safe sex so you've nothing to worry about. ... (6 replies)
... Protected sex is not a risk of HIV, end of story. Oral sex has been proved over the last 10 years, that its not a viable route of HIV transmission. There have been many studies and there were no reported cases of transmission. ... (2 replies)
... I am gay and a Top. I had protected sex with a guy last night. The condom broke because we forget to use lube. ... (9 replies)
Lost and afraid
Dec 14, 2014
... So my story is like most. About six months ago is when mine encounter happened. I had vaginal intercourse with a prostitute. The sex was really brief and was protected. The concern I have is after I remove the condom I noticed a tear in the condom. I also remember thinking that I felt something different during sex but not quite sure. So since two weeks had past I had many... (3 replies)
Extreme worry !!!
Dec 14, 2014
... First thank you for the amassing count of informations regarding HIV problems. ... (11 replies)
... is HIV positive, the risk for HIV from giving oral is only theoretical. Oral sex is one of the most common of sexual activities. Receiving oral is absolutely no risk. ... (1 replies)

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