Chances Of Getting AIDS From Giving Oral
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAbout 3 weeks ago I gave oral sex to a sex worker in China. It lasted for about 1-2 minutes and I didn't feel any cuts in my mouth. What would be the possibility of me contracting AIDS this way assuming if she was HIV positive?
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Posted by yasar2040, 1 ReplyHi,
I am a married man, my wife does not like to have oral sex. But I have been really crazy about it.
I had taken a massage service by a lady, out of excitement I paid extra money and asked lady to massage private part. I also touched my tongue to... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI gave vaginal oral sex and french kissing to a stripper and now I worried that I may have contracted HIV. I was tested at 10 & 28 days with the PCR and both were negative. Also, I tested at 2.5, 4, & 7 weeks with the antibody test and they... Read more »
Posted by Antre, 1 ReplyHi. I would like to ask about the chances of getting HIV when you have dermatitis and touch body fluids. Moreover what are the chances if these body fluids where out of the body for some minutes?
One friend of mine wanted to have sex at a brothel and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI had an exposure with someone I know has AIDS (4:00PM). It was Oral, and I was giving. There was no precum that I was aware of, although I occasionally get blood spotting when I brush my teeth in the morning (7:30AM). This was 45 days ago. I dont... Read more »
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesLatex condoms that are used correctly, don't break or slip off, and are used throughout intercourse, are highly effective in preventing the transmission of HIV--close to 100% effective. Laboratory studies demonstrate that latex condoms block... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question. Generally speaking, giving oral sex to awoman is somewhat lower risk than giving oral sex to a man. But this doesnot mean that giving a woman oral sex is low risk. Generally speaking, whengiving a woman oral... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesI would agree with your doctor in saying that HIV-infection in your case is unlikely. Your activity was low-risk. There is very little evidence of HIV transmission to a person performing oral sex on a woman (cunnilingus). HIV is more difficult to... Read more »
Columbia UniversityWhen there is unprotected penetrative sex between and HIV+ person and an HIV- person there is a risk for the transmission of HIV. There are relatively different levels of risk associated with different behaviors (e.g., anal vs vaginal vs oral... Read more »
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