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Insertive Anal Sex Without Condom And HIV Transmission Risk

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Saliva and Anal sex

Dear Dr. Frascino,I have contacted everyone with this question (including the CDC) and no one has been able to give me a clear answer. The question is: what is the risk of HIV transmission from one male to another (anal sex), with the use of a...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hi,Saliva that does not contain visible blood is not considered a risk for HIV transmission. Therefore, assuming there was no visible blood in the saliva, the HIV transmission risk would be essentially nonexistent.Dr. Read more »

insertive anal sex

I have read many articles about unprotected insertive anal sex and there seems to beconcensus that... Read more »

Risk of Unprotected anal sex for a top

I am a bisexual man and 100 TOP when with another man. I have been told that the risk of HIV... Read more »
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Black AIDS Institute

Female Condoms Prevent HIV, So Why Aren't They Marketed to Gay and Bi Men?

...articulating their feelings about it. Gordon encourages them to speak candidly about their practices, which for many include anal sex. Recently Gordon decided to conduct an informal experiment. Actually, more of an "I wonder what would happen... Read more »
The Body

New HIV Risk Estimates Are In: Anal Versus Vaginal Sex

...is what a group of British researchers did recently for the age-old question: When it comes to HIV/AIDS, how much riskier is anal sex than vaginal sex? Researchers from Imperial College and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine did... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Men Using Condoms During Anal Sex -- Women Aren't: Health Department

... Just 23 percent of New York City women who had anal sex with men in the past year reported always using condoms, a recent city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene report found. Read more »
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Health Department Highlights Health Risks of Unprotected Anal Sex Among Heterosexual Women in New York City

... Unprotected anal sex poses well known health hazards for men, but new research suggests that the practice is a significant health issue for women Read more »
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11 weeks 2 days from my low risk intercouse.

Posted by sinso, 2 Replies
...long kisses (She used brackets) and practiced receptive oral sex the but with condoms. With this travesty we had protected anal sex where I was the activate partner. In fact there was no 100% penetration, I was pushing trying penetration while... Read more »

Risk?

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...Hello I know that anal sex is the one that carries the most risk. I had a nal sex and the guy did not cum inside me he pulled out, he was in for about a Read more »

Scared

Posted by blue82589, 1 Reply
...I recently had sex with a man that I didn't know his status. I used a condom when I had anal sex with him, but during foreplay I was rubbing my penis against his ass crack. There was no penetration at that time but I am scared Read more »

why anal sex is more riskier than oral sex

Posted by mick, 2 Replies
...i hope i will keep posting my questions here and i'd like to ask why anal sex is more dangerous than oral sex? Read more »