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sex with two girls..
Jul 22, 2012

hi sir , i have a doubt.... i had sex with two different girls & both are virgins, is there any chance that i get infected with hiv virus........? and what if i have sex with both of same girls alternately will i get hiv virus........? or aids?

Response from Mr. Glenn

Thanks for your question,

HIV has to come from somewhere. It's like a game of catch: someone has a ball and throws it to someone else who throws it to someone else.. if there's no ball, nobody catches anything. So if the women that you had sex with were actually virgins and also have only had sex with you (and you didn't have HIV).. then nobody's going to get infected.

However, the challenge is knowing for sure that they were actually virgins. That can be difficult to know, even when that's what someone says.

All that being said, if you're having sex with multiple people (especially back and forth) it's very important to use safer sex methods to keep not alone yourself safe, but also your partners! This means using condoms and getting tested.

Hope this helps!

Erik



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