Does A Guy Automatically Get AIDS If You Exchange Fluids With Another Guy?
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Posted by amazing_1027, 2 RepliesI received cunnilingus from a guy who later disclosed he had AIDS but was no longer detectable. Not sure what that even means, but now I'm freaked out. We did not have intercourse. Am I at risk? There was no blood or other exchange of fluids except... Read more »
Posted by mental_caselook i am trying to help you here but...
you have an awful weird definition of CASUAL contact!
there is not an exchange of cum or blood in casual contact it is that simple.
WHAT YOU ARE RELATING IS NOT CASUAL CONTACT!
in life anything can happen and if... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyCondoms are in fact 99.99 percent effective in prevention HIV. Shame on paper cut guy for hism disinformation.
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDear Paper Guy, i have this two q&a, answered by Dr. Gallant about your obssesion:
Where do you put "fingering" on HIV transmission risk categories? HIV can be passed on by inserting fingers into vagina?Thanks for your wonderful answers
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Posted by Anonymous, 5 RepliesHey there,
This relates to some guy who says he took 13 months to seroconvert. The CDC say they know nothing about this. Has anyone done any investigation on this. Is he for real?
http://qa.hopkins-aids.org/forum/view_question.html?section_id=61&ca... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Totally Looney Tunes Fluffernutter,Are you back again? Just how wacko are you? Do I need to merely block you from the site or should I put out a restraining order on you for your truly crazed idea of wanting to inject me with your blood?... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:There was definitely a risk. Anytime you have unprotected penetrative sex you put yourself at risk for HIV, and other STD's. Since this was a one-time occurrence, and there was no ejaculation, the risk was lowered, but there was still... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Andy,I'm glad you are being honest with your wife, seeing a counselor, and getting help for your problem. However, if I remember your story correctly, you are not HIV-positive. You've had many, many tests; many, many doctors; and the... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineAlthough infection can occur in the absence of symptoms, that is probably a rare event. What you describe is nonspecific and probably unrelated.MH... Read more »
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