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... There are 250 million people in the US. Out of those 250 million people, there are about 950,000 known HIV infections. Each year 45,000 new infections occur. Look at those statistics. ... (6 replies)
... I only had sex with each of them only 1 time. ... (6 replies)
... I personally am not one for odds and statistics when it comes to HIV because ultimately they did not determine an HIV status. But there are odds floating around the net stating that if you engaged in full penetrative sex with somebody who had HIV the odds of you contracting HIV are about 1000 to 1. ... (9 replies)

... I am not one for odds simply because odds do not determine an HIV status. And you are right a risk is a risk despite whatever odds you may find. Having said this there really is no hard data as to the actual odds but I have seen figures quoted on doctors forums. ... (5 replies)
... I'd say you have very little chance of contracting the virus. Since you provided so little info, the only help I can offer would be to get tested. That's the only way to know for sure. ... (2 replies)
... Do anyone of yall think that my lab results will have a chance of being conclusive on this testing or do I still have something to worry about. ... (6 replies)
... Okay, It is the female that I had a one night stand with that really scares me because if I had a one night stand with her then how may other guys could of had unprotected sex with her ? ... (6 replies)
... sure that this one is one that will change your outlook on life, rather than you physically. As Chelle, your chances are very very slim. I mean you have a lot of statistics in your favour. For one, you don't know her status. You could very well, and mostly am, worrying about nothing. ... (6 replies)
... That should of also reduced the risk too.... ... (6 replies)
Feb 11, 2003
... I had heard somewhere that the odds of contracting (as a male) HIV from an infected female via unprotected vaginal intercourse was around 1:10,000. Is this true? Thanks (1 replies)
Significant Risk?
Jul 22, 2014
... prepared and black ink was laying out. He wiped down the chair, table surface and the arm rest. He had on gloves. He then changed his gloves, poured other colors of ink and then proceeded with the tattoo. ... (2 replies)
... Buddy you really were not at a risk of an HIV infection and no matter how much you wish to manipulate odds and statistic this fact will not alter. Even if the other perosn actually had HIV which is very unlikly you were no where near a risk of an infection. ... (8 replies)
... ith somebody who as HIV once a day for the next thirty years and still not contract HIV. This has been bared out by the fact there is not a single confirmed case of anybody contracting HIV via oral sex alone, not one in the entire thirty years HIV has been around, not one. ... (8 replies)
... Odds are a horrible way to think about HIV. But take your odds a step further. ... (26 replies)
... Kev alredy stated it, but it cannot be said enough. Symptoms mean zilch in terms of HIV. ... (26 replies)
Mar 14, 2012
... conclusive, but the negative results, along with the low odds of contracting HIV from this exposure, and lack of symptoms leave me feeling pretty good. I think I can relax a little now. ... (32 replies)
... that you interprate to say all of that? ... (17 replies)
... had a specific risk, ie unprotected sex with a known HIV positive person, or a occupational exposure. In that case, a 4th generation test could be used instead of making them wait untill the 3 month window has ended. Even that window of 3 months is extremely conservative. ... (122 replies)
... Hiya. Well the rash around the nipple is no indication of HIV. HIV rash is an all over body rash, and you would have other symptoms at the same time. ... (5 replies)
... Zero. HIV is not transmitted through frottage or fingering. Even if he was positive you would not be at any risk. Just as an aside, being a swinger doesn't necessarily place him at higher risk. If he is strictly heterosexual then he would not be at any greater risk than your average sexually active single man. (1 replies)

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