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Chances of risk
Aug 25, 2015
... You have ZERO chance of contracting HIV from protected sex. Stop worrying. ... (3 replies)
Freaking out
Aug 26, 2015
... I am from canada. I went to a massage parlor. I did cunnilingus for a max of 2 mins on masseuse vagina. And received a protected blow job. I also deep french kissed her. No sex of any kind. ... (9 replies)
... did leaving the condom on for an additional couple minutes pose any risk given the abrasion that occurred during oral? ... (6 replies)

... I have told my story here to the board months ago. I had protected sex with my ex 3 months ago. He's 18 and I am 23. The sexual intercourse was protected. ... (5 replies)
... Hello apollo. I am going on a date now as I type this and this is ruining me. I can't even focus on the new guy bc I am afraid of having a risk (5 replies)
... then you should deal with your anxiety, you never had a risk (5 replies)
... Protected sex is no risk (8 replies)
... Don't worry.You never had a risk of infection. ... (8 replies)
Aug 22, 2015
... No.protected sex is not a risk for hiv. ... (16 replies)
What is my risk?
Aug 21, 2015
... weeks ago I had sex with a classmate. She was fine. I've known her for a long time and everything seemed ok. She even got offended later on when I asked wheter she had HIV or not. ... (3 replies)
... Having multiple sex partners put you at risk for STIs. However, since you are using a condom every time, your HIV is virtually zero. You didn't say if you had protected oral sex. If you're wanting to reduce your risk, you could consider staying with only one partner at a time. ... (10 replies)
... You had PROTECTED sex, how many times, you have not been at risk. ... (22 replies)
... You said you "removed" the condom, so that being the case would indicate protected sex. If the condom burst you would not be taking it off would you? ... (22 replies)
... As long as you have protected sex your not going to be at risk from HIV and you have not been at risk from anything that you have done. ... (1 replies)
... A lot of people post here believing they are at risk when there was 0 rsik. My story is different. I met 2 weeks ago a pre op transgender girl. She is not a sex worker even if she had a lot of partners and surgery on her. ... (1 replies)
... hat wasn't exactly oral sex. I'm female if that makes any difference. Three days ago I had an unexpected encounter with a friend. We did not have any intercourse protected or otherwise. We masturbated each other and I kissed the shaft of his penis and testicals a few times with my lips only. ... (3 replies)
... Oral sex is not a risk of HIV infection. All she has done is kiss your penis not your lips and as saliva is not infectious you can be fine over that. ... (4 replies)
... Condoms don't have tiny holes, they burst or tear and if that happens it looks like a burst balloon, hence why you had protected sex. ... (12 replies)
... No, you had protected sex. Menstrual blood cannot penetrate latex or skin. ... (2 replies)
... Protected sex is not a risk of HIV transmission, you have nothing to worry about. ... (9 replies)

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