Foreplay And AIDS
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Posted by travis, 2 RepliesHi. What's the risks of havinf a foreplay with a HIV positive person? By foreplay, I mean no sex, blowjob or cunnilingus. Just mutual masturbation and little kissing.
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Posted by tommyc2, 1 ReplyHi,
A few months ago, a girl gave me oral but afterwards my frenulum (banjo string) broke during foreplay. I want to know whether my chances of HIV are higher? Her HIV status was unknown.
Please help because I don't know whether this is serious... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI had sex with a prostitute about a month ago. I'm not sure if she is HIV positive, but anyways during foreplay my penis entered her vagina without wearing a condom, but only for a few seconds. Afterwards, I washed the entire area with soap and... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Repliesi recently had contact with a person of uknown hiv status...foreplay with clothing on which i know is ok but the man did rub his penis on my genital area without a condom i know he didnt cum but not sure about precum i was on my period at the time... Read more »
Posted by Jesse, 2 RepliesIm at the breaking point in my life where I dont know which way to turn or who to get the right advise from.
A month ago I engaged in rather heavy foreplay with a man whose status I am unsure of.
This never lead to sex but rather intense... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESHIThis is one of the safest ways to have sexual intimacies without intercourse. I cannot tell from your question if you are positive so I will go off the assumption that you are and as long as there are no open sores and a direct exchange of body... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:The risk of HIV transmission from oral is low. Other STD's such as Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia can be transmitted via oral sex. A full round of STD testing done once a year, and preferably every six months will help catch any... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesThe risk of HIV transmission through fingering is negligible for either the insertive or receptive partner. There is no evidence of HIV transmission occurring in either direction. If an HIV infected person's finger is bleeding and is inserted... Read more »
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