HIV Infection Risk Unprotected Sex Without Ejaculation

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Ask the Experts

If no one ejaculated, how large is the risk?

Hi, I think what you a doing with this website is great! and extremely helpful! I recently had unporected anal sex with someone I later found out to be HIV positive. We had anal sex but not for long 3-5mins and neither him or I ejaculated....
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...sex with a partner confirmed to be HIV infected).Good luck. Hopefully you will learn from this anxiety-inducing episode that unprotected sex is not worth the potential catastrophic consequences and you'll never put yourself at risk again.Dr. Bob Read more »

Unprotected sex

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Does Pregnancy Pose an HIV Infection Risk for Men?

... Previous studies have demonstrated that pregnant women are at greater risk of HIV infection. However, a new study, presented at the International Microbicides Conference in Pittsburgh in May seems to demonstrate that Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Male Circumcision Reduces Men's HIV Infection Risk by 65%, Data Re-Evaluation Says

... Routine male circumcision could reduce a man's risk of HIV infection through heterosexual sex by 65%, according to final data from two NIH -funded studies conducted in Kenya and Uganda published Read more »
Rick Sowadsky, M.S.P.H.

Frequently Asked Questions (I)

...STD) to yourself. But, if you have unprotected sex with a person who is infected with HIV or another STD, then you would be at risk of infection. If there is any possibility at all that your partner may have HIV or another STD, I strongly... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Daily Oral Antiretroviral Reduces HIV Infection Risk in MSM by 44%, Study Finds

...Truvada or a placebo pill, according to a NIAID-NIH press release . Over an average of 14 months, participants received monthly HIV infection evaluations. "In addition, all participants were routinely counseled about safe sex practices and... Read more »