Do People Catch HIV From Oral Sex With No Protection
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Posted by Anon_E_Moose, 2 Replies
By DANIEL Q. HANEY, AP Medical Editor
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Posted by Anonymous, 6 RepliesI made a huge mistake over a week ago by having protected vaginal intercourse with a sex worker at an Asian massage parlor. The woman was very conscience of using a condom and checked it for breakage after I ejaculated. There was now oral sex or... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 5 RepliesOk, someone explain WHY people are worried about protected sex? If you had protected sex and are worried about getting HIV, then you have major guilt issues with your behavior. So, keep in mind always, protected sex is just that PROTECTED, so stop... Read more »
Posted by AnthonyMC, 1 ReplyHello.
I'm a heterosexual guy but more or less 2 months ago I did something I will never forgive myself for, regardless of whether I got infected with something or not: I had receptive anal sex with a transexual sex worker.
Now, the intercourse was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesA little over a month ago I had protected vaginal sex with a girl I later found out to be a "high class" escort. She travels frequently to be with her clients.
In any event we had vaginal protected sex (female superior)in which she used water based... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello "Just Wondering,"While you are "just wondering" why I answer the questions I do, I'm sure there are many folks reading this post who might be "just wondering" why someone would be having unprotected sex with... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Assuming the latex or polyurethane condom was used properly and did not fail (break), your HIV risk would be essentially nonexistent. HIV cannot permeate intact latex or polyurethane. No way. No how. However, it's important to note that... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:First, you should know that in many states, you must disclose your HIV positive status to all sexual partners before engaging in sexual relations. That being said, disclosing is a highly personal and emotional thing for someone with HIV to... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:The window period for HIV testing is three months. It only takes three months to get a conclusive negative test result. In fact, most people who are infected will show up positive by the 28th day. I do not consider protected penetrative sex... Read more »
Money Well Spent: Opt-Out Testing in Prisons Can Catch STD Cases and Save Taxpayers Money in the Long RunHow much do you think it would cost the health department of a major American city to reduce the amount of gonorrhea, Chlamydia, syphilis and possibly even HIV by 20%? More importantly, if you had to devise the simplest and most cost-effective way... Read more »
Ugandan Parliament Considers Bill That Would Require HIV Status Disclosure, Provide Some Protections to HIV-Positive PeopleUganda's HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Bill 2008 -- which is under consideration by a committee in Parliament -- aims to criminalize the intentional transmission of HIV, guarantee access to treatment for HIV-positive people and provide... Read more »
Statistics Suggest That Young People in Some U.S. States Are Avoiding Unsafe Sex: But It May Not Be for the Best ReasonsThe topic of oral sex among U.S. teens has been publicized from Oprah's talk show to the Atlantic Monthly. Male adult and teen oral sex recipients have risen from about 25 percent of patients in 1990 to 75-80 percent at the clinic of Jonathan... Read more »
WHO Director-General Calls for Greater Protection of the Rights of HIV-Positive People, and Those at High RiskDespite progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS, "intolerance on the part of health care workers is undermining global efforts to stop the spread of the AIDS virus, [WHO Director-General Margaret Chan] warned," in a statement prepared for World AIDS... Read more »
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