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Anal Sex w/ Condom. Ejaculated IN Condom. Risk?

HI. Doctors, thank you so much for what you do, along with all your wonderful colleagues here. You guys are angels.Background: I do not have a very active sex life because of a very busy schedule. So last week, i had anal sex with a stranger i met...
Richard Cordova III

Response from Richard Cordova III

Test Positive Aware Network
Hi AVWC:Using a condom for each and every act of penetrative sex is one of the best ways to protect yourself against HIV and many other STD's. Since you used a condom, you protected yourself in this situation.FYI: When he said three months (or... Read more »

Risk of infection after removing condom and then ejaculating

I had protected vaginal intercourse with a partner of unknown status. Close to ejaculating, I... Read more »

CONDOM BROKE AND I EJACULATED!!!! AM I AT RISK

While i was sleeping with a prostitute ,that i don't have any ideas how many partners she had... Read more »
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Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Condoms for the Prevention of HIV and STI Transmission

Summary Condoms are physical barriers that can reduce the risk of a sexual exposure to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). They are made of materials that do not allow HIV or STIs to pass through them. Condoms can be highly effective... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Insight Into HIV Transmission Risk When the Viral Load Is Undetectable and No Condom Is Used

The sexual transmission of HIV occurs after an exposure to fluids that contain HIV, such as semen and fluids from the vagina and rectum. The amount of virus in these fluids (also known as viral load) is the most important factor that determines... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Rates of Condom and Non-Condom-Based Anal Intercourse Practices Among Homosexually Active Men in Australia: Deliberate HIV Risk Reduction?

"Three decades into the HIV epidemic and with the advancement of HIV treatments, condom and non-condom-based anal intercourse among gay men in resource-rich countries needs to be re-assessed," the authors wrote to introduce the current study. The... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Condom Fact Sheet in Brief

Consistent and correct use of the male latex condom reduces the risk of sexually transmitted disease (STD) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) transmission. However, condom use cannot provide absolute protection against any STD. The most... Read more »
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No condoms but not ejaculating

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
A friend of mine, whose hubby is pos has sex without condoms, but he doesn't come in her. This has been for several years now and she is still negatiive. What does everyone think about that? Read more »

Used two condoms no penetration no ejaculation. Am i infected?

Posted by prataptiwari, 2 Replies
3 months ago, I had sex with a sex worker. I'm so worried that what is the
risk of getting hiv from the following circumstances.
1. I did not kiss here and only touched her vagina with my hands once.
2. She made me wore two condoms without any... Read more »

Penetration but no ejaculation...risk

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
If you have vaginal sex with a man, and he pentrates you, with no condom, but he also doesn't ejaculate, what are the transmission odds of HIV?? Especially if penetration was only a couple minutes at most........ Read more »

HIV and ejaculation question

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
OK, hopefully this question doesn't seem too ignorant. I realize that unprotected sex is plain stupid with someone you don't know well and only condoms can protect you against STD's and HIV etc. Here is my question.... When assessing your "risk"... Read more »