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precum exposed to air and then touch outer part of vagina

Hello, The other day I was sexually active with someone that I have hooked up with one other time but is my good friend. I think he is pretty clean but he does live in Isla Vista (a crazy college town) so of course I am fearful for the worst...We...
Shannon Southall

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HiThe chances of HIV transmission happening in this situation is very small but not for other sexually transmitted infections. If you develop any type of new symptoms I would follow up with your health care provider to ensure that you did not catch... Read more »

precum touched my vagina am i hiv positive?

i recently had intercourse wt a partner whos status i do not know , we used a condom but before he... Read more »

Fingering vagina with precum

HiGreat work you do here!I tried to look for an answer in your archive but couldn't find one... Read more »
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Bacterial Vaginosis Associated With Increased Risk of HIV Transmission From Women to Men, Study Shows

Bacterial vaginosis (BV), a condition characterized by a disruption in normal vaginal bacteria, is associated with a more than three-fold increased risk of HIV transmission from an infected woman with the condition to her uninfected male partner,... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Carraguard Ineffective for Preventing HIV Transmission, Study Finds; Researchers Say That Microbicide Research Should Continue

The experimental vaginal microbicide Carraguard is not effective for preventing male-to-female HIV transmission, but researchers should continue efforts to develop a female-controlled HIV-prevention method, according to a study published recently in... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Antiretroviral Drugs Could Be Used to Prevent Vaginal Transmission of HIV, Study Says

Antiretroviral drugs might be effective at preventing the vaginal transmission of HIV, according to a study published in the Jan. 14 issue of PLoS Medicine , the Austin American-Statesman reports. For the study, Victor Garcia-Martinez, professor... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Bacterial Vaginosis Is Associated With Higher Risk of Female-to-Male Transmission of HIV

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is an imbalance of naturally occurring vaginal micro-organisms caused by a decrease in normal helpful bacteria and an increase in harmful bacteria. BV increases women's risks of acquiring HIV and other STDs as well as... Read more »
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Vagina touched toilet

Posted by Lyndsay1, 3 Replies
i was out drunk and went to the toilet and went to sit down and my vagina touched the toilet seat. I'm terrified i might have caught hep c or hiv. Help. Ps i have high anxiety and ocd which doesn't help

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I'm asking again...precum question

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Hi everyone...

I never got an answer to this question last time, so I hope everyone can respond this time please! I'm really worried!


How risky is it to have precum rubbed in the vaginal area, but not inserted directly into the vagina? I mean, it was... Read more »

PRE-CUM + HIV

Posted by Anonymous
I've read a lot of worries and a few post about pre-cum.

In most cases pre-cum is a low low risk esp. with oral sex.

The risk with pre-cum is greater when it comes to anal and vaginal sex, man or woman.

When a penis enters an orafice, not the mouth, it... Read more »

pre-cum

Posted by paranoid, 1 Reply
hi all:
this happened a little over a month ago:
in a foolish moment, i had about 30 seconds of unprotected vaginal intercourse w/ my ex. he didn't cum, and i was quick to find a condom. last i knew, he was clean, and i'd tested negative in january. ... Read more »