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Anal Sex Top Negative Elisa At 3 Months

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less then 3 % from a single anal sex act sounds fishy....

bobby, how true is it about this less then 3 % chance one could get infected (HIV) that i've been reading on here about a single anal sex act with a partner known to be hiv pos?? i mean something just dont sound right with that, your risk was lower...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...simply can't buy the ratio stat you mention, such as "the estimated per-act risk for acquiring HIV for unprotected receptive anal sex with a partner confirmed to be HIV positive is 50 per 10,000".First off... why not just say 1 in 200? Isn't that... Read more »

My 6th Try: Please help

Hello. Dr. Bob,Mailing you 6th time. I really hope and wish you will come across my email this... Read more »

3 month Window Period or Six Month Window Period (WINDOW PERIOD, 6 WEEKS v 3MONTHS v 6 MONTHS)

Dr. Bob,Thank you for not only responding to me but for responding to all of us with concerns. ... Read more »
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FAQs About Mixed-Status Relationships From The Body's "Ask the Experts" Forums

...oral sex without using a condom. Is there any way to decrease the risk of transmission? I always wear a condom when I have anal sex with my positive partner. However his doctor says that's not enough protection and that he needs to wear a... Read more »
Gay Men's Health Crisis

Anal Cancer, HIV and Gay/Bisexual Men

...anal cancer. Each year anal cancer is diagnosed in about two people out of every 100,000 people in the general population. HIV negative MSM are 20 times more likely to be diagnosed with anal cancer. Their rate is about 40 cases per 100,000.... Read more »
The Well Project

HIV Transmission

...activities are most likely to cause HIV transmission when safer sex isn't used? Listed from most to least risky: Receptive anal sex ("bottoming"): This remains the most risky activity, due to the likelihood of small tears in the rectum... Read more »
The Well Project

Myths About HIV

...just a label. If you have had no sexual contact at all, you're not at risk through sexual transmission. If you have had oral or anal sex, but consider yourself a 'virgin' because you haven't had vaginal sex, you are still at risk. The... Read more »
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Apthous Mouth sores (Canker Soars)

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...I have been getting several Apthous mouth sores the last month. I got 2 in the last 4 weeks and I am going crazy!! I have a negative elisa at 5 months. I had protected sex with a prostitute in Cancun... Am I seroconverting? I am also getting... Read more »

Tested today

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...Hi all. I had an brief unprotected anal sex. I took an elisa test today and it came back negative. Can I trust a 29 day after exposure test? This was a one time exposure Read more »

ENOUGH TESTING?

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...I WAS WITH A GUY TWO YEARS AGO, DO NOT KNOW HIS HIV STATUS. WE HAD ANAL SEX WHICH I REGRET NOW. I HAD A ANTIBODT TEST 6 MONTHS AFTER THE LAst time I WAS WITH HIM . AM I OKAY AND THROUGH TESTING, PLEASE Read more »

Jocko - 6 month test today

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...today I go in for my final six month test. As I've shared many times before, my exposure was brief unprotected penetrative anal sex with a person I later found out was HIV+. After numerous symptoms, I was tested at almost 5 weeks with the... Read more »