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... What is my risk of HIV infection from pre seminal fluid? ... (2 replies)
... Your risk of testing HIV positive from this is zero. There have been studies conducted that have concluded that pre seminal fluid carries so little viral load that the risk it poses is zero. But regardless of these studies the major fact is that penetration did not take place. ... (2 replies)
... my four year old little girl has recently being sexually abused by 8 year old boy.I am going crazy because the boy is beleived to have been born with the HIV virus.Can the boy have passed the virus to her through the pre-seminal fluid.Iam at the darkest hour of my life.its been four months now and iam too scared to find out the worst and do a test on her.Can a eight year old ... (4 replies)

... Thanks for the post! I guess I was just worried about the fact that he was trying to penetrate and if any fluid got into the vagina as he was pushing on me and so forth. Definitely a good wake up call for me! ... (2 replies)
A worrisome mishap
Jul 18, 2008
... seminal fluid before he put the condom on. Neither one of us performed oral sex on each other. ... (4 replies)
... seminal fluid offers the same risk as semen, and some say that there is no risk. For peace of mind, get tested. ... (2 replies)
... or vaginal fluid may contain the virus. Cells lining the mouth of the person performing oral sex may allow HIV to enter their body. ... (17 replies)
Help me please
Jul 19, 2015
... Hello :) I would go to a doctor to confirm if you were infected with HIV or not. However, HIV is spread mainly by having sex or sharing injection drug equipment such as needles with someone who has HIV. Only certain fluids—blood, semen (***), pre-seminal fluid (pre-***), rectal fluids, vaginal fluids, and breast milk—from an HIV-infected person can transmit HIV (3 replies)
... Hi there, Welcome to the forum. You are absolutely correct it is vital that correct information is given out and as somebody who is qualified to voice an opinion on these matters I would be very grateful if you could clarify this for me. I have seen this debate and issue raised on other forums amongst professional health care workers. It is generally agreed, as you stated... (7 replies)
... seminal fluid, or vaginal fluid of a person infected with the virus. The lining of the vagina can tear and possibly allow HIV to enter the body. ... (13 replies)
... some prominent doctors on the risks of oral sex and hiv. they all agreed that the risk of acquiring hiv through giving oral sex where they was only contact with pre seminal fluid is extremely low and so exceedingly rare. it is not even clear that it ever happened. ... (9 replies)
Oral sex
Feb 14, 2003
... seminal fluid, and vaginal fluid all may contain the virus. Cells in the mucous lining of the mouth may carry HIV into the lymph nodes or the bloodstream. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, everyone! Thanks for taking the time to entertain my post. I hope someone would help me assess my risk. I am a 24-year-old bisexual man and have had sexual encounters with both men and women. However, with men, I only limit my encounters to mutual masturbation or at most, oral sex. The only time I've had anal intercourse with men was with a man I have been dating for a... (3 replies)
... me in the video lounge who reached over to my penis and rubbed his thumb over my urethera several times on a couple of occasions. My concern is if he had rubbed pre seminal fluid into my urethera from himself as I'm sure he had some on his penis. ... (1 replies)
... Zero risk- this is not an HIV situation. (1 replies)
... Hi I recently engaged in mutual masturbation with a guy of unknown status. We did nothing else. I did this as I was trying to be safe but realised during the act that he had a lot of precum which made contact with my penis and very likely my urethra as it was noticeable. He did not ejaculute on me. What would be the risk of getting hiv from an incident like this, the precum... (1 replies)
... There is 30 years of studies and research that prove its not. (6 replies)
... specially if he wants me to perform oral sex on him I do that briefly trying to avoid pre seminal fluid then I put the condom on. There's some research saying that after brushing you get microcuts and HIV gets into your blood stream throught them. ... (6 replies)
... occasions. I did taste some of his pre seminal fluid on a couple of occasions and did realise afterwards I had a cut on my cheek where I bit it by accident a few hours earlier from eating. ... (2 replies)
Hiv risk?
Jun 22, 2012
... y blood at any point. I then forgot about this and performed oral sex for about 10 mins on him. He never ejaculated in my mouth but I did taste a small amount of pre seminal fluid. Do I need to be worried about this entering my new cut in my mouth? ... (5 replies)

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