Gave Oral Sex Do I Need To Get Tested For HIV
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Confused,Yes, there are many mixed messages out there regarding the HIV test window. Guidelines in parts of Australia advise that a six weeks test is conclusive. Other older guidelines claim six months are necessary for a definitive result. In... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiOral sex carries the lowest risk of HIV transmission. The number of test you have had and all are negative and with the standards of HIV testing whether oral swab or blood are very accurate at 28 days, and conclusive at 90 days. You can always do... Read more »
North Shore University HospitalI am sorry that you are in such distress.There is no real risk of getting HIV in the manner you described. Even if you had a sore on your genitals it would be far removed from the site of contact (and an old cut is generally closed after 24 hours... Read more »
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Posted by anonymouslad, 4 RepliesWhy do the experts(on this site anyway) suggest that testing for HIV is not even recommended if unprotected oral sex is the person's only possible risk? Yet there IS still a chance that HIV can be contracted this way? Surely it would be (a... Read more »
Posted by kbuddy77, 1 ReplyI hade unproctected Oral sex No ejaculation and Safe anal sex i tested at 7 weeks at the clinics and tested weeks 7-11 using home testing (EZ-TRUST) Which is approved by USAID all neg ahould l get another test to insure or is this testing cycle a... Read more »
Posted by server5, 2 RepliesSo basically I had protected vaginal intercourse and received unprotected oral intercourse from a female of unknown status.
5 weeks and 3 days, I tested myself with a home HIV test kit. About 10 minutes after doing the test, only the control band was... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWould anyone recommend testing for a guy for just receiving oral sex?
I would appreicate any responses and have a happy Labor Day.
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