... nto her, but pulled out after about 10 seconds and decided that I wasn't going to penetrate her. I took off the condom and for the rest of the time simply lay on top of her and masturbated myself. ... (5 replies)
... trust me! that would make things MUCH WORSE! (7 replies)
... If, as you claim, you were forced into unprotected anal sex with a complete stranger, then you should, not only get checked out for HIV but also tell your parents because you are a minor and also take them along to the nearness police station and report this matter. ... (7 replies)
... yellow cloudy fluid dripping from the head of my penis and it burns when I pee. I am CONVINCED I caught an STD but now I'm scared I caught HIV too. I really didn't think I'd have a risk because I was on top but now I think it's very likely that I have it because I caught another disease. ... (7 replies)
... what is the risk to be affected by HIV if after an anal sex without a condom and be at top i immediately urinate? ... (1 replies)
... Just a general question. I understand there is a risk when having unprotected sex, and there is a risk in both giving and receiving. However, I am wondering just how risky being the giving partner actually is. ... (3 replies)
... person is some of the highest risk sex. Insertive is less risky than receptive. The fever 2 days later means nothing. ... (12 replies)
... We generally don't discuss symptoms on this forum because they are not diagnostic of HIV. Please read the top two sticky threads. I will say that acute HIV infection does NOT produce the upper respiratory symptoms that you describe. ... (3 replies)
... From what I can gather, risk seems to be very case specific. I have every intention of getting tested just to be safe. No, I will not be checking for rashes, or a fever. ... (8 replies)
... One factor that would lower your risk significantly is if his infection is controlled with antivirals, but there isn't time to sort that out right now. ... (11 replies)
... any of that is not a risk for hiv
infected fluids need to be introduced to the inside of your body
it will usually happen thru unprotected anal or vaginal sex
or iv drug use
it cannot penetrate thru skin.
on top of that you are assuming hiv is even present to begin with
that is a big assumption to make with nothing to back it up.
go find something more valid to worry... (8 replies)
... I cannot belive this is a question. You are asking should you have unprotected anal sex with a HIV positive person..? ... (5 replies)
... I recently met a guy who is HIV positive. He is on meds with an undetectable viral load. He does a lot of HIV work with other positive people. ... (5 replies)
... I had a risky encounter a few hours ago and need advice.
I was the receptive anal bottom (I'm negative) for an HIV-positive top. He was wearing a condom.
A few minutes into sex (for the second time today), we heard a snap and realizing the condom broke, he pulled it out of me within 2-3 seconds. He had not ejaculated (nor was yet close to it).
I inspected the... (8 replies)
... Your risk is NIL for HIV as it doesnt spread like that. ... (21 replies)
... Everything you have described is NO RISK for HIV. ... (17 replies)
... You had no risk. Protected is safe sex, no concern their.. oral is so little risk its concidered zero risk.. ... (10 replies)
... I don't think You're factoring in the odds I mentioned who knows vaginal bleeding could increase the risk 20 fold not the 4 fold I guessed. ... (17 replies)
... or and asked for PEP. You can get it within 72 hours although its way more effective the sooner you take it ideally within an hour or two of you exposure to the HIV virus. ... (9 replies)
... I wont go into the all the details but I had unprotected insertive (top) anal sex for about 1 minute with an HIV+ guy (bottom). I came to my senses and stoppedóno blood or cuts that I could see; we continued touching each other--mutual J/O. Afterwards, I was angry with myself for not slipping on a condom. Itís something Iíve learned about myself; I can get caught up in the... (9 replies)