HIV Infection Risk Touching Used Condom
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi, there:HIV does not live well outside of the body. Your risk of infection in a situation like this would be extremely low. So low, that I would feel comfortable saying you were not at risk in this situation. In health,Richard... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:I would not be concerned. You were not at risk in a situation like this. Transmission occurs when your partners fluids are forced inside your urethra during the thrusting motion of intercourse. Just getting fluids near the opening of your... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,"Veginal fluid???" Hmmm . . . sounds like V-8 juice.Your HIV-transmission risk is essentially nonexistent. Relax! HIV is not all that easy to contract!I'm confident your three-month definitive test will be negative!Good luck!Dr.... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyYou make an awful lot of assumptions Guess. I tend to agree with the other poster in that you are grasping at straws to convince yourself you are infected. Nobody knows how many women were infected by precum alone and I doubt you are the current... Read more »
Posted by chrisenquist, 2 RepliesFew days ago, I had protected sex with a sex worker at Thailand. I used condoms but I have few doubts on the condom usage with regards to Risks of HIV Infection
1st: What are the risks of infection if the condom slips off during withdrawl
2nd: I still... Read more »
Posted by prataptiwari, 2 Replies3 months ago, I had sex with a sex worker. I'm so worried that what is the
risk of getting hiv from the following circumstances.
1. I did not kiss here and only touched her vagina with my hands once.
2. She made me wore two condoms without any... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies...(also known as the paper cutter).
I think I am the only person who can relate to this guy, and I really think he does have to worry about disease. Unfortunately, he's worrying about the wrong one. The disease that he has is one I also suffer... Read more »
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