Unprotected Insertive Vaginal Sex Hiv Risk
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWould like to ask a few experts on this board......Jazz and others. Here is my story.
I was on a business trip a couple of weeks ago and met a girl (unknown status) in the bar of the hotel I was staying at. She was very hesitant on going back to... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi, I'm wondering what the statistics are on heterosexual males becoming infected by unprotected vaginal sex. Is this common? I know it is considered high risk. How many people have been infected this way? Do people commonly become infected... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replieshi folks,
recently i travelled to indonesia and had a brief, unprotected, sexual encounter - vaginal - with one of the local girls - who was not a prostitute, or like profession. i, like most people who visit this website for advice have been... Read more »
Posted by bluestar, 4 RepliesI just want to explain what my encounter was and my symptoms one more time to see if there was something about it that could have been risky or if I'm just extremely unlucky.
I visited a casual sex worker and initially had a shower. She then took my... Read more »
Posted by oi812Help, 1 ReplyWhat are odds of transmission being insertive partner doing unprotected vaginal sex with herpies sore if lady friend is poz?
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University of North Carolina - Chapel HillYou should get tested for HIV now and then again at 12 weeks if using a standard antibody test. A flu like illness in the next few weeks could signal acute HIV syndrome and should prompt testing for actual virus if available where you are. Testing... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,An "entertainer that works at a bar"? Hmm. Is that what they are called these days? Okey dokey!You are not at "great risk" for having acquired the virus, however, unprotected insertive vaginal sex does place you at some degree... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesThat figure, 1 in 500 chance of transmission per unprotected penile-vaginal intercourse with an HIV infected partner, is based on ONE study conducted in Africa (see my response to "Recent Study of Per Contact Risk"... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillI do not think there is any risk of your acquiring HIV from someone performing oral sex on you. Similarly, there is no way to get HIV by kissing or sucking on nipples. If her Duo test is negative, so is she. Having safe sex with her will protect you... Read more »
Methamphetamine and Sildenafil (Viagra) Use Are Linked to Unprotected Receptive and Insertive Anal Sex, Respectively, in a Sample of Men Who Have Sex With MenIn the current study, researchers investigated the association of methamphetamine, sildenafil, and other substance use with unprotected receptive and insertive anal sex among men who have sex with men (MSM) through an encounter-specific analysis.... Read more »
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Health Department Highlights Health Risks of Unprotected Anal Sex Among Heterosexual Women in New York CityUnprotected anal sex poses well known health hazards for men, but new research suggests that the practice is a significant health issue for women as well. More than 100,000 New York City women engage in anal intercourse each year, according to a new... Read more »
Alcohol Use Before Sex and HIV Risk: Situational Characteristics of Protected and Unprotected Encounters Among High-Risk African WomenThe authors compared the situational characteristics of protected and unprotected sexual encounters that involved alcohol use two hours prior with ones that did not. The data were collected from December 2002 to December 2005 as part of enrollment... Read more »
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