Sharing Drinks And Cuts In Mouth

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CDC's definition of 'exposure'

Hi Dr. I feel I have been living in the 'window period' for the last two years of my life. I am a straight male. Everytime I get a test and feel I can be satisifed with the results, something else happens. For example, I went out with some friends...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...the last two years are highly excessive and completely unwarranted.Your current fears are not justified. Your HIV risk from sharing a drink, even with the cut in your mouth, is nonexistent. Testing is not recommended. HIV is not your problem. No... Read more »

sharing a room with someone who is HIV+

Hi,I am a 23 years old male.I have been sharing a room with an HIV+ person for the past one... Read more »

Share Experience with Others

Dear Dr. Ryan,Your work on this site is admirable as is your patience with having to repeat... Read more »
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...bites, coughing or sneezing, sharing household items, or swimming in the same pool as someone with HIV. Some people talk about "shared body fluids" being risky for HIV, but no documented cases of HIV have been caused by sweat, saliva or tears.... Read more »
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HIV Transmission

...1-888-232-6348 (TTY), in English, en Español. How can I prevent HIV transmission when using sex toys? If you choose to share sex toys with your partner, such as dildos or vibrators, each partner should use a new condom on the sex toy; and ... Read more »
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Oral Sex: What's the Real Risk for HIV?

...on the type of contact. HIV is most easily transmitted throughunprotected (no condoms) anal sex, unprotected vaginal sex, and sharinginjection drug equipment. Oral sex has been shown to be less risky than these activities, but it isnot... Read more »
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How Risky Is It?

...risk of becoming infected with HIV is from sharing needles to inject drugs with someone who is infected with HIV. When you share needles, there is a very high probability that someone else's blood will be injected into your bloodstream.... Read more »
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