Re(2): A question for relief
Jul 2, 2013
Ok I understand that numbers are hard to give but what can be an approximiate number- 100, 1000, more, less, etc.? Also have YOU ever encountered such case in your practice? Thanks! What's written on your site really scares me because it SUGGESTS that the risk of HIV transmission via oral sex is lower than via anal or vaginal..
Response from Ms. Southall
Hi I have worked with one individual who said that their only risk was through oral sex. I'm not sure why the risk of oral sex scares you in comparison to vaginal or anal. In the hierarchy of risk anal and vaginal are riskier than oral. Again stating that oral sex carries the lowest risk of HIV transmission.
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