... If you injected with a needle you would know as it would bleed and hurt a lot !!
You have nothing to worry about. (1 replies)
... Nothing you describe put you at risk for HIV. You can expect negative results on your tests.
If it were me in your situation, I would continue unprotected sex with my girlfriend. (2 replies)
... Two or three weeks ago I decided to become sexually active again and got a test . Came out HIV negative but last week on the public bus there was a jacket and I decided to see if there was an ID and I touched a random object. It was black and yellow. ... (1 replies)
... Oral sex has been proven over many years in many studies that HIV is not passed on in that manner. In all the studies there was no reported cases of transmission between couples where one partner was HIV positive. ... (2 replies)
... In the past I have frequented several Transexual Escorts in Scotland. Stupidly I was a bit ignorant on the facts and risks of HIV and other STIs. I was completely unaware of the "low risk" or "no risk", depending who you ask, aspects of oral sex. ... (2 replies)
... to get infected from getting your blood drawn. The needles are designed to be used once. It's not possible to reuse a needle for a blood draw. You don't have an HIV concern. Your issue is paranoia and nothing more. ... (1 replies)
... I have even spoke to the HIV counselor at the health department here and he said that it was a really small risk and I shouldn't be concerned but, THE ANXIETY. ... (11 replies)
... Yes still the same buds, they don't transmit HIV. (4 replies)
... Many studies have been completed on oral sex and the transmission of HIV and there were no recorded cases of transmission. ... (4 replies)
... most likely you will be ok.
i wouldn't dwell on it.
HIV usually isn't that easy to catch.
good luck (6 replies)
... I too hope for all the results to b negative.i got tested for hepatitis b,c and hiv two days after the incident and all came out to b negative. ... (6 replies)
... Well you cant really be that precise and their is no guarantees, because it is possible to get HIV from a condom break, but normally its less than 1% of a chance. (6 replies)
... like most possibly i will get a hiv negative? ... (6 replies)
... So, can i contract HIV from such a situation? ... (6 replies)
... node is to fight infection so if swollen it proves it is doing it's job and you have a good, healthy immune system. It will definitely NOT be anything to do with HIV if that is what you are worrying about. I'm sure it will be gone in a few days. ... (8 replies)
... Mental health issue not HIV issue. You are clearly irrationally obsessed with HIV and symptom speculating. We will not comment on your pointless symptom speculation here. Your concern about protected sex is not an HIV issue, period. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Prince,
Oral Sex = No HIV HIV can only be transmitted through Unprotected Vaginal/ Anal Sex. (3 replies)
... you should have zero HIV concerns. ... (7 replies)
... HIV is not passed on in the manner you discribe/fear.
you have no reason to test.
your results will always be negative
move on... (11 replies)
... Probably not, because you haven't been exposed to it. This situation is no different. You have not come into contact with HIV either and therefore there's no reason to take an HIV test. ... (11 replies)