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      #14737 - 01/15/01 11:37 PM

So here is yet another account of risky activity followed by agonizing neuroses that I can't shake. In the month of December I had four instances of receptive oral sex without ejaculation. Being gay, I am in a high risk population. The first two had either no or very little precum, but I'm not sure.(asked one of them his status, he said negative) The third I had a fair amount of exposure to precum, but he did say he was tested recently and he was negative. Then the fourth, performed oral sex on him, I know there was precum, and AFTER the fact, asked him his status: he told me he was POSITIVE. And I had brushed my teeth an hour before this happened. Totally freaked out, got an MD friend to prescribe the post-exposure prophylaxis regimen for a high risk exposure. (Zerit, Viramune and Videx, 14 days) I know the regimen, I work in HIV. Couldn't take a chance. So then I did the regimen, and approximately a week after the last exposure, developed a low-grade fever, 99.6 at the highest, though I think this could be due to anxiety. Also on the same day devloped a lesion on my chest that lasted for a week. Went to my doctor, who said the seroconversion rash had more than one lesion, looked like a fungal infection. Then last week I developed a kind-of sore throat for one day...

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!!! I'm going crazy, am I seroconverting? I have found one case report of oral transmission without ejaculation. I'm driving myself crazy. What do you think? What are the odds? Does anyone know anecdotally of a case of oral transmssion? Should I do the PCR at one month? PLEASE, SOMEBODY, GIVE ME AN HONEST ANSWER AS TO WHAT YOU THINK MY RISK IS AND THE SYMPTOMS I'VE EXPERIENCED...............

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      #14749 - 01/16/01 04:35 AM

And just how many more times do you intend to stress out about what you've done, called a doctor friend for post-exp meds, before you wake up? You do know what safer sex guidelines are, don't you?

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      #14796 - 01/17/01 10:36 PM

Weekly injections of medroxyprogesterone acetate (Depo-Provera) should reduce your sex drive enough so that you can remain celibate and not have to go through that hell again.

"Chemical Castration" is, in fact, a provocative misnomer. Nothing is actually cut off. And, it is reversible. The Depo-Provera injections reduce production of testosterone, decreasing sexual drive. Once stopped, testosterone levels return to normal.

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      #14835 - 01/19/01 05:00 PM

It's extremely rare to get HIV this way so don't panic. ANd you shouldn't be on medications. YOU ARE MORE AT RISK FOR OTHER STDS like gonorrea!!

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Re: Wake up, airhead new
      #14837 - 01/19/01 05:06 PM

Also stop sucking everybody, and stop taking
guy word that he is negative. How do you know? WAKE THE HELL UP IF YOU DONT WANT AIDS

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      #14925 - 01/21/01 10:21 PM

If AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease then why....

Does Texas have fifteen times MORE aids mortalities than California?
California includes San Francisco, West Hollywood and 90% of the US porn industry. Clean cut Texas now accounts for a stunning 41.6953% of ALL U.S. 'AIDS' deaths.

Does Alaska with the highest per capita population of prostitutes (who come to the State from all over America) have NO 'AIDS' deaths? Mortalities in Alaska have been zero for two years running.

Does Nevada with it's legal prostitution have such low AIDS figures that it does not even both to compile detailed statistics?

Did the U.S. Army study of 1.1 million G.I.'s who were stationed in the Phillipines (over a ten year period) and kept 100,000 prostitutes in business (70% were said to be HIV positive) show only ONE was HIV positive (not sick)? This was the only case of mass HIV testing in the World. Condoms in the Phillipines are of such poor quality that only 8% can even hold water.

Why did the CDC study of the sexual transmission of HIV show that it was almost impossible to transmit it sexually" Quote: - "It takes a minimum of five million, unprotected, sexual encounters with an HIV positive person to servo convert (catch AIDS) to HIV positive" - CDC Report.

It is hard to find a single HARD FACT that supports the idea that AIDS is sexually transmitted.

This book puts the case well.

Author Michael Fumento, in his book The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS, offers substantial evidence that white, middle-class, non IV drugabuser heterosexuals are in less danger of contracting AIDS thru non-anal, sexual intercourse than they are of dying from shark attacks, being hit by lightning, or accidentally drowning in the bathtub. The
book is very well referenced and documented.

The book was reviewed by the Journal of the American Medical Assn as "the best single source available to enable heterosexual persons to assess their personal risk."

....and here are the official figures for 1999

Only 23 States in the Union reported AIDS deaths in 1999 but according to the CDC they represent 83% of the entire nation .

Total reported deaths in the entire United States in 1999 were 2,667

41.69% of ALL deaths in the United States of America were in Texas (1112 of a total of 2667)

About 87% were male.
The vast majority were African American or Hispanic or other minorities.
Deaths attributed to heterosexual sex ranged from 1% in Alabama to 16% in Rhode Island
The few figures published for 2000 show deaths are almost zero.
Example: Colorado: 1, New Mexico 1, Washington: 2 (in first two months of 2000).


California. 19 (first three months of 1999)
Washington 77
Oregon 8
Arizona 33
Idaho 3
Utah 6
Montana (not published but only 233 deaths since 1983)
Colorado 22 (1 in 2000)
Nebraska 67 (11 in 2000)
Oklahoma 0
Texas 1112
Minnesota 54
Ohio 44
Virginia 18
North Carolina (not available for 1999 but 64 in 1998)
Georgia 75
New York 291
Maryland 429
Maine (not available for 1999 but 16 in 1998)
New Hampshire (not available for 1999 but 2 in 1998)
Connecticut 242
Hawaii 104
Alaska 0 (figure for 1998 also 0)


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Re: Wake up, airhead new
      #14964 - 01/21/01 10:48 PM

"143 Sudden Deaths Did Not Stop Approval"..
(143 deaths represents MORE deaths then the total of 1999 mortalities in Cororado, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Washington, New Mexico, North and South Dakota, Oklahoma, W. Virgina, NJ, Delaware and Alaska combined)

A damning and horrifying accounts of how the US Food and Drug Administration acts in anything but good faith or the public interest. A blistering seven-page expose that points a finger at AIDS activist efforts to speed up the approval process.

"Once a wary watchdog, the Food and Drug Administration set out to become a 'partner' of the pharmaceutical industry. Today, the public has more remedies, but some are proving lethal."

By DAVID WILLMAN, Times Staff Writer

WASHINGTON--For most of its history, the United Food and Drug Administration approved new prescription medicines at a grudging pace,
daily homage to the physician's creed, "First, do no harm." Then in the early 1990s, the demand for AIDS drugs changed the political climate. Congress told the FDA to
work closely with pharmaceutical firms in getting new medicines to market more swiftly. President Clinton urged FDA leaders to trust industry as "partners, not

Choice headlines:

"Drug After Drug, Warnings Ignored...danger signs present...even so, top admistrators moved ahead often leaving doctors to assume the risks."

"Warning on Label Omits Deaths...heart problems were mentioned in fine print, not in key dosage data"

"143 Sudden Deaths Did Not Stop results kept secret"

"Official Foresaw Deadly Effects..remedy pulled after of death and surgeries"

Find the whole article at

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Time to enter the real world! new
      #15963 - 02/23/01 06:07 PM

Are you nuts? Do you think there is any value in asking a total stranger his HIV status?? The response is always, "What answer gets me a blow job?" Trying to "protect" yourself by asking if someone is positive is just plain stupid. I'm positive, and when guys ask me "Are you healthy?" or "Are you clean?" I always say yes, because I'm horny and want sex! So if you won't suck a positive dick, then DON'T SUCK DICK. The fact is that sucking dick with out taking cum is extremelty low risk, so get over it!

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Re:No risk to swollowing cum new
      #16880 - 03/22/01 10:59 PM

Plenty of people have swallowed and taken cum up the butt for years and are still healthy.

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