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... no risk situation. ... (10 replies)
... Well from what you said you had protected sex and was in no need of a test but as you have your last test confirms your negative status. ... (10 replies)
... and infact I have not heard of anyone getting HIV from a broken condom. It may well have happened but its so rare. You risk is very slim and it would be nothing more than a terrible accident if you got HIV from this, I would be stunned. ... (7 replies)

Hiv hep b fear
Jul 4, 2015
... You had zero risk of HIV. Condoms fully protected you from HIV. As for oral sex, receiving oral is zero risk and saliva is not infectious. ... (5 replies)
... Well protected sex is not a risk of HIV, you should have no concerns about this at all. ... (10 replies)
... ces that it would require would be extreme, like major amounts of blood or injury in the mouth. Just not possible, especially since you used condoms orally. Oral sex UNprotected is not even a risk. ... (3 replies)
... UNPROTECTED vaginal sex causes infection to the male partner in 1 in 2000 exposures. ... (3 replies)
... Right. You were not at risk, you had protected sex and oral is not a risk. The risk you perceive is not a risk at all. ... (6 replies)
... Exactly 9 days ago I had sex with a man whose HIV status I don't know. We had anal and protected intercourse with me as the bottom and mutual unprotected oral sex. ... (6 replies)
... All that matters as far as HIV is concerned is that you had protected sex. That means you had ZERO risk for HIV. HIV cannot penetrate skin. ... (4 replies)
... I had one low risk exposure, protected male sex about 8 1/2 weeks ago. Had many symptoms consistent with ARS(10 days+ out), that my my GP doctor believe to be Mono related based on recent blood work. One infectuous disease doctor who analyzed my blood results didn't think it was an active Mono infection, while another "internet" doctor thought I definitely had a reactivation... (1 replies)
... Condom protected intercourse = ZERO risk of HIV transmission Oral sex (either way) = ZERO risk of HIV transmission Your risk = ZERO risk of HIV transmission Bottom line: you had SAFE sex, not risky sex. (1 replies)
... I am looking for a risk assessment, and a recommendation for what I should do next. ... (3 replies)
... You had protected sex, so its not a risk but by the volume of posts I would have hoped you would have been educated enough by know to understand this? ... (1 replies)
... You had no reason to test for HIV in the first place. Protected sex is ZERO risk for HIV. Same with oral sex. ... (2 replies)
Am i hiv positive?
Apr 28, 2015
... You had PROTECTED sex which means you were not at risk from HIV hence your negative tests, so yes they are accurate, you don't need further testing for HIV, so see your doctor about your health concerns. ... (5 replies)
HIV fear
Apr 27, 2015
... I think you may have miss understood my post. You were not at risk from HIV in any way or form and DO NOT require any testing for HIV. You had safe and protected sex, you do NOT have anything to worry about. ... (3 replies)
HIV scare
Apr 16, 2015
... I say you had protected sex, no risk end of story. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, 4 weeks ago I have protected vaginal seks with a female. We have used a condom butt the condom failed. When we changes te positions I see that the condom is broken. ... (12 replies)
Condom Safety
May 5, 2015
... The urethra is the risk for men, that and open sores from diseases like herpes. ... (3 replies)


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