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Is this a risk?
Jul 23, 2014
... I'm a 21 year old gay male and had protected anal sex with a friend. I was the receptive partner, however part way through intercourse the condom snapped. I heard it and he pulled out within 5 seconds. ... (1 replies)
Am I at risk?
Jul 22, 2014
... thats correct. protected sex is never a risk of hiv transmission, so keep using those condoms and all will be fine :-) (4 replies)
Am I at risk?
Jul 22, 2014
... The condom was intact and didn't break. He is tested every 6 weeks and the last time he came back clean. He mentioned he had had protected anal with someone who was positive, I don't know if this was before or after he was last tested. ... (4 replies)

... Protected sex is safe sex, not low risk, zero risk. You have no logical reason to have any concerns about HIV. ... (5 replies)
... So I'm perfectly fine??.. I'v on the verge of insanity.. But now I think I'm fine.. Thank you so much! I think I should still get a test tho. (4 replies)
... 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. ... (4 replies)
... 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. ... (2 replies)
... 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. ... (5 replies)
... 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. ... (5 replies)
Window period
Jul 12, 2014
... You NEVER had a risk from protected sex. It did NOT start a window period. ... (15 replies)
Window period
Jul 11, 2014
... who you have sex with is secondary to whether you PROTECT yourself or not. ... (15 replies)
Really concerned
Jul 10, 2014
... You can relax, you had fully protected sex which means you were not at risk at all for HIV, hence why your tests were negative. ... (6 replies)
... This is gonna be one of your standard what risk of HIV do I have, for that I apologise in advance. ... (2 replies)
Am I ok
Jul 9, 2014
... Protected sex in not a risk for HIV, and neither is oral sex. You have no need to test for this encounter. ... (4 replies)
... You had protected sex which is not a risk of HIV.It would be impossible for a few drops of her blood to get onto your foreskin, impossible, so if there really was any blood it was not from her. ... (7 replies)
... I'll reiterate what Apollo said: 1. You had protected anal sex = NO RISK 2. You had oral sex = NO RISK 3. You don't have an HIV concern 4. You have no reason to test (5 replies)
... I'm freaking out. Everyone says I'm low risk but I'm having a breakdown. Any advice? ... (5 replies)
... There was ZERO risk. kissing is ZERO risk. Oral sex is ZERO risk. Protected sex is ZERO risk. ... (10 replies)
... No. Protected sex is just that and is no risk of HIV at all. ... (10 replies)
Window period
Jul 11, 2014
... You're not reading what has been posted. Any time you have sex with a condom that doesn't break, means you had no risk. ... (15 replies)


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