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How Many People Are Infected By Precum

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Infected from Pre-Cum

Posted by kenobi, 4 Replies
I am worried of infection.

Here's the story:
I am a man in a relationship with another person, and 3 weeks ago I met another guy on craigslist, who said he was disease free. I wen to house and gave him oral, but I did not let him cum in my mouth (not... Read more »

PRE-CUM + HIV

Posted by Anonymous
I'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 »

precum

Posted by chichi, 1 Reply
hi,
i posted the message "rapid testing". i am female and had unprotected vaginal sex - no oral. the guy did not cum inside of me - he pulled out but i dont know about his precum. i had to go to the doctor the next week because my vagina burnt and it... Read more »

Pre-cum, testing, etc....

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Pre-cum has a higher concentration of HIV than semen. It's been studied under the microscope. That's why they warn against any type of unprotected oral sex as well. Doesn't matter if the guy cums are not....if you have an "opening", the more... Read more »

Infection from Pre-cum

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
If by chance you were exposed to pre-cum and was infected, would you seroconvert later than if you were infected by semen? What are the chances of being infected by precum with only one exposure? Read more »
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How many proven oral sex infections solely from precum proven?

I read a lot about the "possibility" of HIV infection from Oral Sex.. but the studies I've read only mention 17 cases in the U.S. and do not distinquish between oral sex to orgasm.. i.e.: the swallowing of Semen.. and oral sex without...
Rick Sowadsky, M.P.H.

Response from Rick Sowadsky, M.P.H.

Nevada State Health Division AIDS Program
Hi. Thank you for your question. We do not keep statistics on how manypeople became infected from oral sex (or even vaginal and anal sex for thatmatter). See the posting, "Percentage of documented cases of transmissionthrough oral sex?"... Read more »

Precum got on open cut - broken/infected nail

Hello. I have yet another anxiety ridden post about a possible transmission. I was giving a hand job to a 42 year old gay male and he had a very large amount of precum that got on my hands and nails. I bite my nails visciously and I had small...
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Response from Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
The activity you engaged in--giving somebody a handjob--is not a "highly likely transmission route." You need to remember that many, many people bite their nails, and there is no evidence that anyone has been infected by giving a handjob.... Read more »

Precum infectivity when on treatment

I'm on treatment for a year now and since I and my girlfriend don't like condoms we asked my doctor if we could make unprotected sex sometimes since my viral load is undetectable. My doc recommended to minimize the unsafe sex and to not...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,Actually, I don't think opinions on this topic really differ all that much anywhere in the world. We all agree that effective combination antiretroviral therapy that drives the HIV plasma viral load to undetectable levels for a considerable... Read more »

precum on vaginal area,should I be worried??pls post

Hello Bob! wow what a forum!!! i even looked before asking for similar symptoms(which im sure someone had wrote already but will be crazy of me to go thru all of them) anyway.. it did make me think of all this people who had wrote to you, we all...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello Helen, The only potential risk would come from getting infected fluids onto mucous membranes. Since I wasn't there, I can't really say for sure if you had any risk or not. Generally speaking, no insertion means no risk. At best your... Read more »
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