Can Indirect Contact With Body Fluids Cause HIV
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe risk through sport exposure is extremely low to no risk at all. There would have to be a direct exchange of body fluid. Since none of your scratches were open there is no risk there. Also just by rubbing your eyes or nose your hands would have... Read more »
Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for the question,There really isn't any risk from what you're talking about. For HIV to transmit, I usually say that HIV positive body fluid must come out of someone's body and go immediately/directly into another person's... Read more »
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Posted by Orso, 1 ReplyI am at my first sexual encounters, so the question may sound silly. English is not my mother tongue, so I apologize in advance for any mistakes or problems in explaining myself.
I know mutual masturbation is considered as a safe form of sex. I also... Read more »
Posted by neibet, 1 ReplyWhat is the risk of HIV transmission through the exposure of an open wound to vaginal secretions.
Assuming i am having a back massage and i have an open injury on my back and the masseuse was sitting naked in my back with her vagina in direct... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI want to get others thoughts on my concern. I had protected sex 17 days ago with someone who thought they might be hiv+ve. When I was taking off the condom the exterior of the condom may have come into contact with the tip of my penis. Do you... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI recently visited a strip club while out of town. During a dance I briefly touched the vaginal area of the dancer. About 10 minutes later, while driving home, I placed the finger in my mouth. I believe the fluid had dried in that time. Would I... Read more »
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