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... 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)
... 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)
Condom Safety
May 5, 2015
... The urethra is the risk for men, that and open sores from diseases like herpes. ... (3 replies)
Condom Safety
May 5, 2015
... I am really confused as to wether I have had a risk or not. I had sex with a street walker and it was protected or intended to be protected. I got oral from her and with the same condom I pentrated her vagina but not to completion. ... (3 replies)
... I had a sex with a party girl. ... (0 replies)
Is it hiv
Apr 29, 2015
... is HIV positive, the risk for HIV from giving oral is only theoretical. Oral sex is one of the most common of sexual activities. Receiving oral is absolutely no risk. ... (3 replies)
Risk
Mar 17, 2015
... If you removed the condom it was not broken, so you had protected sex, so you have nothing to worry about. ... (3 replies)
HIV scare
Apr 16, 2015
... I say you had protected sex, no risk end of story. ... (1 replies)
... You had no risk as it was protected sex. Condoms don't have holes but if one does it's designed to burst, which it did not. ... (4 replies)
... Well from what you say you had protected sex, so you were not at risk from HIV. Fluids do not travel up condoms. That said your test is conclusive. 7 days will not make any difference of your status. ... (3 replies)
... So the reality is you had protected sex and were not at risk from HIV. What ever is going on with you may be down to stress of sleeping with a sex worker, or you may be ill and need to visit a doctor but in no certain terms, you were not at risk of HIV and do not require testing. ... (2 replies)
Double Condoms
Mar 4, 2015
... protected sex is safe even when "two bagging" unless they both break. ... (3 replies)
... Sex worker irrelevant. The rest irrelevant. You were told that saliva is not infectious for HIV. In addition, sir, you used a condom, meaning you could not have even been exposed to saliva. You never had a risk, don't need testing, and should forget about this and move on with your life. You simply could not have been exposed to HIV or any STD. (4 replies)
... smaller risk for transmission hiv,but pls understand me.. ... (4 replies)
... They are fully correct, saliva is not infectious for HIV and their would e no blood from her mouth unless your in the habit of punching your partner in the face first before oral sex. You have nothing to worry about. (4 replies)




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