... Hi all I'm male I had protected sex on 14 may 2016 to person of unknown status. ... (10 replies)
... You had protected sex, that is ZERO risk for HIV. ... (2 replies)
... Protected sex is not a risk of hiv, so for hiv yiu have nothing to worry about. ... (3 replies)
I'm ashamed of myself to say this
I had sex with a sex worker a month ago (PROTECTED)
After around 10 days I found that tongue is had a fury white coat on my tongue and red dots as well
Plus that my muscles were hurting me a lot
Also a flu-like symptoms (without fever)
I was really frightened so I went to STD clinic the doctor told me that whats on my tongue... (3 replies)
... and not one of them tested positive. In fact, I have been on HIV forums for several years and have read thousands of posts, and maybe 2 or 3 of those people reported that they were diagnosed with HIV. ... (13 replies)
... I tested positive with Hep C on the 54th day after exposure and negative for HIV with an antibody test on the 100th day after exposure. ... (11 replies)
... Hi I'm 22 year old female I had protected sex not March 2016 i saw the man put on a condom but I'm not sure if he took it off but when we had finished he had taken it off I tested for all stds including hiv at 4 weeks after exposure all came back negative my anxiety comes from two months after I got tested the man I had sex with called me and said I should get tested at the... (2 replies)
... Hi. The shaft would healed so not a route for hiv transmission. The Penis head is the only real cause for concern and that was protected, so you have nothing to worry about. ... (13 replies)
... Recently I had a protected sex with a girl I met for first time. During the act my testicles got covered in blood, I think she was on her period, possibly but I wasn't informed. ... (3 replies)
... You already know protected sex is not a risk of HIV, we have been over this before mate. ... (1 replies)
... I think none of these activities was a real risk for HIV , but four days after sex , I began to have sore throats and now, seven days after the act, earaches. So I'm little worried. ... (1 replies)
... I was wondering about my risk of HIV. I have had protected anal sex where I was the top, and unprotected oral sex where I received, with a few guys over the past few months. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I'm from the Philippines and i had unprotected oral sex (giving and receiving) and protected vaginal sex (not sure if there was any condom breakage) with a female sex worker. Got tested around 14 and 16 weeks post exposure and results were negative. is this conclusive?Are my results accurate already? no need to wait for the 6 month period to get tested again? (4 replies)
... try to ignore this flu as coindindence with my exposure. May God help me in fighting this. I have medical after 9 months for renewing my visa of middle east and hiv is compulsary. But the fear and anxiety will be their until my medical. Hope it will be negative. Thank you once again and god bless u. ... (5 replies)
... obviously read the forum well. You should also know that the answers will never change regardless of the symptoms that someone presents. Your situation is not an HIV situation. If you don't believe us then you are free to seek testing. ... (5 replies)
... because you still haven't convinced me you were at any HIV risk. ... (5 replies)
I have been reading everything on this forum since one month and was not worried about oral sex exposures.
I had read that no documented case of insertive sex has been recorded till now.
Oralsex carries no risk.
Saliva is not infectious.
If blood comes in contact with saliva it will become inactive.
Hiv virus is not infectious outside of the body as it... (5 replies)
... HIV isn't as easy to catch as you are thinking.
HIV is not passed on in the manner you describe.
expect negatives when you test
good luck! (5 replies)
... I went to massage parlor one month before and I had no other exposure other than this insertive oral.i had not any protected or unprotected vaginal or anal.sex with anyone since 20 yrs. Should I be tested or no test is required and I ignore this flu as not related to hiv and move on. ... (5 replies)
... Like I said, as far as HIV is concerned you can rest easy. You were protected. ... (5 replies)