Little Bumps On The Head Of Penis

Here's a taste of what TheBody.com has to offer on this topic:
Ask the Experts

HIV virus enter penis head?

How easy can hiv virus enter your penis head? Can you wash it with acohol or Listerine right after sex or squeeze the head so the acohol can enter your penis to kill the virus? If this method will not work, will it be effective at all? I had...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...If the HIV status of the partner is not known, that estimated statistical risk decreases significantly.As for squeezing the head of your tallywhacker so alcohol or Listerine can enter it in hopes of killing the virus, all I can say is... Read more »

are condoms that cover only the head of the penis equally as effective as regular condoms?

i read in one of your posts that HIV cannot penetrate intact skin but that it can penetrate the... Read more »

bumps on head of penis

There are tiny slightly red, usually very close to same color of the skin,bumps on the head of my... Read more »
Articles
AIDS InfoNet

How Risky Is It?

...receptive partner. However, there is some risk for the active partner in anal or vaginal sex. It's possible for HIV to enter the penis through any open sores, through the moist lining of the opening of the penis, or through the cells in the... Read more »
The Well Project

HIV and Safer Sex

...use condoms, try to reduce the friction by using a lot of lube to help prevent small cuts or tears in the vagina, rectum, or penis. Silicone-based lube will last longer than water-based lube. Because you're not using a condom, oil-based lube can... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Transgender Health and HIV

...carries urine from the bladder) to allow urination through the neophallus; may also include (as a separate procedure) placement of penile implants to allow erection. Metoidioplasty: creation of a "microphallus" using the hormonally enlarged... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Condoms

...that are spread by semen or by contact with infected sores in the genital area, including HIV. Most condoms go over a man's penis. A new type of condom was designed to fit into a woman's vagina. This "female" condom can also be used to protect... Read more »
Related Topics