Hiv Testing How Soon After Sexual Contact
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Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for your question,Your risk for HIV sounds very low:Protected vaginal sex = No riskUnprotected fellatio = <b>Very low risk</b>Dry kissing = No riskSharing the same plate = No riskRegular HIV/STD testing is recommended for all... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesWhen we talk about risk for HIV infection associated with sexual contact, we are basically talking about insertive or receptive vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Oral sex comprises much less risk for infection, and the risk is primarily associated to the... Read more »
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What about people who have another sexual contact or other sexual contacts during the window or latency period?...
Are test results valid once you've had another sexual contact since getting tested?...
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Posted by Nickkk, 2 RepliesFirst of all i must tell you that i do not come from USA, so sorry for my bad english.
I come from Europe and my name is Nick, also i am 26 years old.
I have an unprotected sex before ~2 months-(73days) with a woman that her hiv condition is unknown... Read more »
It's not enough to state you're negative. You have to state what tests were done and whether you've had any sexual contacts since you got tested. Read more »
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