... The only real risk you had was the time he entered your anus and that risk is so minute you could argue its not. ... (2 replies)
... I understand that this is considered very low risk exposure as a whole. I don't believe he is positive, but I have no way of knowing and given the region I live in, it is entirely possible that he is. ... (2 replies)
... Oral sex has been proven over many years in many studies that HIV is not passed on in that manner. In all the studies there was no reported cases of transmission between couples where one partner was HIV positive. ... (6 replies)
... In the past I have frequented several Transexual Escorts in Scotland. Stupidly I was a bit ignorant on the facts and risks of HIV and other STIs. I was completely unaware of the "low risk" or "no risk", depending who you ask, aspects of oral sex. ... (6 replies)
Had a very high risk exposure with a girl who's status wasn't known in February where it was unprotected vaginal sex (and she was menstruating).
Exactly 2 weeks later had a non itchy rash and chronic diarrhoea...
The only other contact with her was deep kissing in May. My concern was that she may have slept with someone else.
The real problem is it is mid... (5 replies)
... the first step towards an HIV positive diagnosis. And most forums, like this one, mentioned the symptoms never tell the real story. ... (1 replies)
... I go out to open door, nail pokes me, hurt real bad , no blood though. My nanny tells me. That is the same nail that poked Susan, our HIV positive house help a few minutes ago? ... (1 replies)
... AIDS. There was no visible blood, nor did I have any visible tears. I since understand contracting HIV this way is very low risk, and I have had multiple doctors tell me this. ... (4 replies)
... I really appreciate your response. I will follow your advice. God bless you (9 replies)
... Thank god it was free being broke right now I couldn't pay for these three tests, Anyways the call really got me thinking of the Stigma really put on HIV as long as the results stay the same at 3 months has shown me a new understanding for how hard this virus really is to pass on... ... (6 replies)
... but that's not taking into account you more than likely used a condom and its unlikely she had HIV and that HIV is harder to transmit from a woman to a man, in which case your overall risk is very low. ... (29 replies)
... months ago I put myself in a real risk. I have received a brief oral sex from a woman of unknown HIV status.No open sore, no cuts, and I ejaculated in her mouth. ... (7 replies)
... I know I am, or at least until then was, HIV negative, so didn't put him at risk. ... (4 replies)
... Just wanted a quick update from your expert point of view. I met a girl 2 weeks ago and she's a real sweetheart. However, am just too afraid to take the relationship further. ... (8 replies)
... use female escorts for massage, kissing, receiving unprotected or protected oral sex. I am still a virgin. I had routine blood tests for HIV in Sep 2011 and Jan 2012, and both tests came out negative. ... (13 replies)
... I actually remember thinking to myself "man if I was in prison I would be real worried right about now" and kinda laughed in my head. Then all of a sudden I realized I was sleeping with those french strangers in my room. ... (11 replies)
... It was like few seconds and more like trying to put penis head as I had very little pain do u think I'm safe (4 replies)
... If he entered you then it would hardly be classed as a risk in real terms as it was so brief but then all unprotected sex is officially classed as risk, so the choice is yours on what you think buds. ... (4 replies)
... Oh okay. Is this regardless of the one I'm giving head a astronomically high Viral load levels? Again, I have read from various sources that this affects transmission risks even on oral sex. So what's your take on this?
Again, please be patient with me. If ever i'll do sexual acts again, I just want to be properly informed and that is through the process of asking relevant... (6 replies)
... I cant tell you why opinion vary, you would need to ask them as to why. Brushing your teeth has no real effect as the saliva acts as a perfect barrier in preventing HIV as it has over a dozen enzymes and proteins that make the virus inactive. ... (6 replies)