Chances Of Getting HIV From Touching Skin
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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 cookie, 3 RepliesHi,
One day at school, i found a drop of blood on my skin and i don't know who it was. I want to ask the cances of me getting HIV and how much blood is needed to transmit HIV?
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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 Repliesok, heres the situation: back in october I met a guy online for sex. He came over to my house, supplied me with some condoms cause I didn't have any and had me top him. I used the condom and had sex with him but didn't ejaculate in the condom. A few... Read more »
Posted by mona811can anyone tell me that if body fluid has touched the skin without intercoursing can person be effected with hiv Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationThis forum is dedicated to HIV-positive folks, particularly those who have concerns related to fatigue and/or anemia. Questions related to HIV transmission, prevention, safer sex, HIV testing and risk should be sent to Dr. Bob at his "Safe Sex... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,The information you desire was already waiting for you in the archives. See below.Dr. BobAIDS and Feces Sep 2, 2009Dear Sir/Madam,I thought AIDS is not found in feces, however, I came across this site which illustrates that AIDS is found in... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThere has never been a known case of HIV transmission by fingering or any other sort of hand-genital contact. A cut risks HIV only if large, deep, and actively bleeding. The reason being is that HIV is looking for cells to replicate themselves... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillSee recent posts that follow the same theme. HIV is not so catchy that the mere touch of infected fluids leads to transmission. It takes work. Throw in a bit of friction and some bad luck. Bed covers do not ever lead to infection.DW... Read more »
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