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Posted by stressed1, 1 ReplyGood morning, Please offer some advise!
approx 4 weeks ago, I was in a lap dancing bar, and very drunk, To cut a long story short I basically performed oral sex on her for no more than 20 seconds, no intercourse took place
At the time of this I had... Read more »
Posted by Estupido, 1 ReplyAmigos, tengo una duda, un amigo me comento que a ratos al lavarse sus dientes le sangra las encias, existe posibilidad si este practica sexo oral a una mujer infectada, que esta pueda contagiarse??
Lei este articulo, es 100% real?
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI was with someone from South Africa. (unprotected) Took HIV tests out to 10 months, negative. Should I test for HIV2?? Now I am freaking out all over again!!! Please help me. He is a young white hetero male. I am female. With each other... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI have been tested over the last couple of years with the ELISA test. A three times with the Home Test approved by the FDA and once at a private test facility. All tests have been negative and I assume that these tests are just for HIV 1 with... Read more »
Posted by goingcrazy1000, 1 ReplyHello:
I really need some feedback regarding my HIV antibody test I took on August 25, 2008. Here I go with my story...I am married for 12 years with three children. I made the biggest mistake of my life!! I started having an affair September 2007... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi.Your HIV-acquisition risk from getting a hand-job from a Bouncing Bertha at the local Badda Bing is essentially nonexistent, even if she used her saliva as a lubricant and you have a history of genital herpes (but no active... Read more »
University of North CarolinaHi thereI would say that you are at very low risk of HIV due to your use of the condom. The body of research on the effectiveness of latex condoms in preventing sexual transmission of HIV is both comprehensive and conclusive. The ability of latex... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,1.Yes, I would consider negative HIV-antibody tests at weeks 14 and 18 to be definitive. Certainly if you remain worried, the option for a six-month repeat test is always open to you.2.See above. HIV-antibody tests remain the best and most... Read more »
American Indian Communities Need HIV Prevention Programs, Testing to Hold Off HIV/AIDS "Time Bomb," Editorial SaysThe "conditions are ripe" for HIV/AIDS to reach "epidemic proportions" in American Indian communities, but a concerted effort between federal, state, local and tribal agencies could "tip the balance the other direction," an Arizona Republic ... Read more »
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