Hiv Through Pre-ejaculation
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Sigal,Your risk is unprotected anal receptive sex without ejaculation with a Belgian fellow of unknown serostatus. Statistically, the risk for HIV transmission per episode of receptive penile-anal sexual exposure with an HIV-positive partner... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyPlease help!
I was with the guy and he did not use a condom. He put his penis inside me twice after that i made him stop i couldn't go any further so there was no ejaculation. I am waiting now to take an hiv test. I am so scared I need some advice... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesOK, hopefully this question doesn't seem too ignorant. I realize that unprotected sex is plain stupid with someone you don't know well and only condoms can protect you against STD's and HIV etc. Here is my question.... When assessing your "risk"... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI've read a lot of worries and a few post about pre-cum.
In most cases pre-cum is a low low risk esp. with oral sex.
The risk with pre-cum is greater when it comes to anal and vaginal sex, man or woman.
When a penis enters an orafice, not the mouth, it... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi there
Does anyone know or has heard of any evidence to suggest that heterosexual unprotected sex without ejaculation lowers the possible risk of infection? I am currently going out of my mind with worry due to a one-time incident with a guy whose... Read more »
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