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Giving Oral Sex And Possible HIV Exposure

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Giving Oral Sex HIV risk.

Hello Doctor, Thanks in advice for Your work, I have one question which very worrying me, I found a many answers from other sites about it, but the real help I think i'll find from Your answer:- Is it possible to take HIV on giving (!!!) Oral...
Richard Cordova III

Response from Richard Cordova III

Test Positive Aware Network
This information is clearly outlined in the archives. I apologize if you were unable to find it.1. Oral sex is a low-risk activity. Transmission is unlikely2. 22 days is too soon. You could go in for an INITIAL test at 28 days, with a final test at... Read more »

I'm worried about giving my new b/f HIV through Oral Sex (DISCLOSURE, 2009)

I am HIV+, been poz for 15 years now. My T-Cell count is normal and my viral load is undetectable,... Read more »

Pls Help...Possible Exposure from Oral Sex

Hi ...I am a Male and I went for escort girl from Latvia...she looked ok...free from all... Read more »
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Possible HIV exposure or not...

Posted by blacks988, 1 Reply
Ok here goes...

I gave head to a man, and he came in my mouth and i swallowed almost immediately... From what i could read is that this poses no threat what so ever concerning HIV doubled with the fact that since HIV appeared in the 80's there have... Read more »

Stressing over possible exposure

Posted by Joeymac3, 1 Reply
Hi, so I may have been exposed to someone that was HIV +. I had sex with this person on 10/4. We had oral (my giving, unprotected) and anal (me receiving, unprotected). The anal did not go very long, it was my first time, and he only got it in a... Read more »

testing NOT needed if oral sex is only exposure?

Posted by anonymouslad, 4 Replies
Why 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 »

3 weeks after possible exposure / HELP!

Posted by datguy, 3 Replies
Need an expert opinion please!!! Having a tough, tough time and can't get straight answers.

Had protected vaginal sex with a female of unknown std status, but during sex the condom broke and there was 2-3 mins before I noticed and stopped.

3 weeks... Read more »