... Indeed my comment would still stand. HIV cannot replicate outside the body but it can not be passed on orally either. ... (3 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.
That said, your results are conclusive which prove you do not have HIV.
Hope that settles your mind. (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 as your penis head was covered, you don't have a HIV concern. ... (1 replies)
... and had pale bulges on it. But the tonsils were never swollen. Started sleeping early at 10 and use to get up early with a panic attack searching for symptoms of hiv and can never go back to sleep. ... (1 replies)
... g responses. I thank God that I came here instead of just googling. It's the worst thing anyone can do because according to google I was surely going to die from HIV . ... (3 replies)
... You should be fine. There is no risk with oral sex for HIV. (3 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. ... (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)
... HIV has no specific symptoms and HIV is completely impossible to diagnose because of this. Oral sex is not a risk of HIV transmission. There have been countless studies over many years and all came to same conclusion. ... (1 replies)
... with a guy with unknown hiv status. ... (1 replies)
... i appreciate everyone response and i did do some research on the matter but it feels good to be able to reach out and talk to someone. i feel really confused now.
i like sex and i think its a lot of fun with women and men but i can't get over the fact that theres such a high risk for your health when it comes to men/men.
im not emotionally gay but like i said, i do enjoy... (6 replies)
... Sasha gave you correct information. As soon as HIV leaves the body, it becomes inactive and unable to infect. ... (6 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)
... It is not HIV. HIV is not contracted via oral sex. Your symptoms are most likely a mix of anxiety and side effects of medication. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for your replies guys, much appreciated.
SOTM, the Doctor didn't initially want to prescribe PEP because it was oral but I was extremely distressed and scared so I pushed for it. I didn't even know what it was until he mentioned it so I thought better to be safe than sorry.
PEP definitely wasn't a fun experience. Mainly because of the diarrhoea that came and went.... (7 replies)
... Your risk for HIV is nonexistent. Your symptoms are from some other thing, I have no idea what. But STOP worrying about it being HIV. ... (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 exposure......so it could technically happen the first time or never happen at all. ... (3 replies)