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Undetectable HIV+ partner (bottom) I am HIV- (top) condom broke. I pulled out after less than a min and there was blood on my glans. What should I do?

I was recently having sex with my positive/undetectable bf he was bottoming and I was/am the HIV- top. The condom broke due to my size and the sex was rough. I pulled out before I felt it break and there was no blood. Checked a second time...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Broken-condom or unprotected insertive anal sex with a partner known to be HIV infected does place you at risk for HIV. However, your risk of acquiring the virus has been mitigated by three factors:1. Your exposure was very brief.2. Your... Read more »

is glans of penis made up of mucous membrane?

is our glans of penis made up of mucous membrane? let say if me drop vaginal or cervical fluid onto... Read more »

licked glans of penis

Hi,I have a question regarding a sex worker licking my glans for about 10 seconds, she also spit on... Read more »
Articles
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

New Approaches to HIV Prevention

Introduction New Prevention Technologies HIV Vaccines Microbicides Male Circumcision Role of Sexually Transmitted Infections Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Treatment for All Tribulations of Trials Conclusion: Overcoming Barriers ... Read more »
HIV i-Base

Mechanisms for Circumcision to Reduce HIV Transmission in Different Penile Tissue: Target Cell Differences Rather Than Keratinisation

An intensive study looking at the protective impact on adult male circumcision for reducing the risk of sexual HIV transmission suggested new biological mechanisms for protection. This study was presented as an oral presentation by Minh Dinh from... Read more »
HIV i-Base

Further Studies on How Male Circumcision May Reduce HIV Transmission

Two posters at CROI 2013 reported different potential mechanisms for why circumcision reduces the risk of HIV heterosexual acquisition compared to uncircumcised men . An understanding of the mechanism may allow alternatives to circumcision that... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Male Circumcision and Risk for HIV Transmission and Other Health Conditions: Implications for the United States

What is Male Circumcision? Male Circumcision and Risk for HIV Transmission Male Circumcision and Other Health Conditions Risks Associated With Male Circumcision Effects of Male Circumcision on Penile Sensation and Sexual Function HIV Infection... Read more »
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Penis Glans and the risk of contracting HIV

Posted by dopey33, 3 Replies
I am seriously concerned. Yesterday, I had a guy give me a blow job and then we masterbated each other. The thing that concerns me is that some of his cum ended on my penis when he finished. Although the cum landed in the middle on my penis, it... Read more »

Verification of Pri. HIV infection.

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
This message is posted with element which was left out in an earlier posting dated 20 May 99, it explains what the encounter was and the real fear I'm facing now. It goes as ....

I've come across a stranger in the men's public toilet at the 3rd week... Read more »

Possible HIV transmission/infection ???

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
Hello,

Hope someone can enlighten me on this encounter I had.

I've come across a stranger in the men's public toilet on 21 Apr 99, he was 'sort of' stroking his private parts when I went in.

I occupied the adjacent urinal and was just about to ease... Read more »

Male Circumcision Lowers Risk For HIV

Posted by spiderman
http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/health_medical/article1217831.ece

Male circumcision 'lowers risk of HIV infection by 60%'
By Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor
Published: 09 August 2006
It used to be called the unkindest cut. But now the head of the one of... Read more »