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... When i was about to attempt cow girl position, before the girl could insert all the way, she started having her period and bled all over the condom. There was minimal penetration as we stopped right away. Is this a risk for hiv? ... (1 replies)
... I had two exposures about an year ago and have gotten tested multiple times. there was a condom that broke with a csw, and also menstrual blood on condom with an attempt to penetrate but stopped. ... (1 replies)
... From what I have read, its very difficult for HIV to go from a female to a male during sex from just the female sexual fluids, obviously it does happen but unlikely.... ... (22 replies)

... virus to transmit from person to person sexually. More so from a female to a male. Given your briefest of brief exposure, the unlikelihood that she actually had HIV and your negative four week test it is extremely unlikely you have contracted HIV from this incident. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your situation. Menstrual blood does pose a higher chance of Getting Hiv. Reason why it does is because it is blood and HIV is mainly in the blood. To help calm you down a little if possible, if she was a Bar Girl then she has to do a routine checkup for HIV and many other diseases. ... (22 replies)
... No, you had protected sex. Menstrual blood cannot penetrate latex or skin. ... (2 replies)
... Well, I think I messed up big time. I had protected vaginal intercourse with a sex worker. We used a condom, however, just as I was finishing, I noticed blood to which she stated she had just started her period. The condom appeared intact, but was covered in menstrual blood. ... (2 replies)
... Bodily fluids don't magically travel up condoms all the way to your urethra to infect you. Irrational thinking. You said you saw blood on the base of your penis, not the head of your penis. And you're not even sure if blood entered the condom. You're speculating. ... (3 replies)
... yeah I would advise u just to relax and not worry, I would say that it is very very unlikely that u got HIV from the circumstances u described. ... (22 replies)
... I dont know if there was ever any research done on menstrual blood. But blood is blood. It hard for a man to catch Hiv from a woman if there is no blood. But in your case there was blood. Goodluck and I wish you the best. Next time becareful please. ... (22 replies)
... Are you sure it was menstrual blood? ... (22 replies)
... First, I thought that ARS occured in the immediate time period after the original contraction of HIV as the body tries to fight off new viruses. ... (22 replies)
... with a working girl. Halfway through the condom broke, i withdrew basically after 5 seconds after this, however to my shock i noticed a significant amount of menstrual blood was present.... ... (22 replies)
... While the presence of menstrual blood during intercourse can be disturbing, it does not pose any risk for HIV infection in your situation. Your skin condition makes no difference. ... (3 replies)
HIV risk
Apr 18, 2016
... Thanks again for your response Smiteler. I tested negative for HIV at 28 days and tested negative for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea at 16 days. On inspection the nurse I seen did not see any signs of HPV or Herpes. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks Joggen for the info and assurance. It's much appreciated especially moving forward to resolve my mental health. ... (2 replies)
HIV fear
Apr 26, 2015
... Drunk and excited I called an escort sex worker to my hotel room. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks a lot Joggen. I know I might sound annoying but it could be partly due to my ignorance about HIV transmission. ... (3 replies)
... or EXPOSURE TO BLOOD during FINGERING is VERY COMMON. ... (1 replies)
... but her gp didnt consider HIV testing necessary. ... (1 replies)


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