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how easy does it spread
      #2513 - 04/05/00 02:33 AM

I had unprotected sex with a girl about 4 years ago, and the sex lasted only 2 minutes(i know I am sad, I was drunk). Lets say if she is affected with HIV, what is the % I will get the HIV from her.

THanks for the help.

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Re: how easy does it spread new
      #2514 - 04/05/00 02:34 AM

You are more at risk for other sexually transmitted diseases, like hpv
and other diseases, than HIV. If she was in a high risk group--like if she used intravneous drugs, or if her boyfriend did, or if she had sex with men who had sex with men. That would put her at high risk. But given that you were hardly in her, and we imagine that your penis had no sores, no open cuts and this happened only once than it's not a high risk--but nevertheless it's a risk. No protection, I assume? Females or males who receive sperm (anally or vaginally) are at 3 times the risk as the person doing it. Cause if you are doing it you get in contact with the vaginal fluids but on the surface of your penis and so it's harder for it to get into your blood stream. You are probably negative --since it's really much harder for men to get it from women than vice a versa. But if you want to be sure, get tested--but remember you MUST get tested for all sexaully transmitted diseases! not just HIV--other things are much much riskier!
Good luck!

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