AIDS Infection Risk Protected Anal Sex
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Unprotected sex is risky business, whether you're the top gun or bottom boy. It's concerning to see how many guys think that if they only top they are not at risk for contracting HIV/AIDS! This is certainly not the case. See... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:The window period for HIV testing is three months. It only takes three months to get a conclusive negative test result. In fact, most people who are infected will show up positive by the 28th day. I do not consider protected penetrative sex... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your question. First of all, let me say that I'm glad you usedprotection while you were having intercourse. That reduced your risksignificantly of becoming infected with HIV and other Sexually TransmittedDiseases (STD's).... Read more »
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Posted by AnthonyMC, 1 ReplyHello.
I'm a heterosexual guy but more or less 2 months ago I did something I will never forgive myself for, regardless of whether I got infected with something or not: I had receptive anal sex with a transexual sex worker.
Now, the intercourse was... Read more »
Posted by spiritflame67, 1 ReplyCan you get HIV from protected anal sex? The condoms had no holes nor did it break or have anything abnormal. Could I have gotten HIV from this?? Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDoes being the insertive partner in unprotected anal sex with an HIV + partner DEFINITELY mean that you will be infected. I hear all sorts of stats about this practice that sometimes downplay it and others that exaggerate it as being as dangerous as... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI have had a swollen gland in the right side of my neck, under my jaw for about FIVE months. It is not tender, and flucuates in size. The GP thought it was a submandibular lymph node; however, the ENT believes it to be my submandibular salivary... Read more »
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