Insertive Oral Sex Do I Need To Get Tested For HIV
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Posted by jack93, 2 RepliesHi, 9 months ago I was going through a bad time and was put on large doses of antidepressants, which made me make some bad descisions and now that im off of them I deeply regret what I've done and convinced myself im going to test positive for hiv... Read more »
Posted by onemotto, 1 ReplyI am a male who performed insertive oral sex with another male, no ejaculation. He performed oral sex on me 3 times for about 30-60 seconds each time. We engaged in mutual masturbation in between and some of his own pre-cum may have been on his hand... Read more »
Posted by PSBOY, 5 RepliesSomebody knows, if insertive oral sex in one men is infectious for the inserrtive partner.
One friend gave to me oral sex, for a half minute, I went to the bathroom and I cleaned my penis with soap and water and after this I masturbate me and cleaned... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHell All Doctors and HIV experts,
I am in very tesnsion due to being Insertive partner during Oral Sex in an encounter with a female sex worker...
I m wondering what are my chances of becoming positive when receiving Oral Sex from a woman for less... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWould like to ask a few experts on this board......Jazz and others. Here is my story.
I was on a business trip a couple of weeks ago and met a girl (unknown status) in the bar of the hotel I was staying at. She was very hesitant on going back to... Read more »
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi EWG,1A: None. No testing is warranted. 1B: No risk.1C: No risk.1D: No risk.1E: No risk.1F: No risk.2: No. Not in the slightest.3: By the 28th day, most people will show up positive on an HIV test. I do not think you were at risk for HIV in this... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi, there:Insertive oral sex is a low-risk activity. I do not think that you need to be tested for an incident like this. The test you took is approved by the FDA for detecting the presence of HIV. I am not sure why the thrush continues. I would... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillI would be concerned. There could have been some exposure to pre-cum. At this point you are not a candidate for post-exposure prophylaxis with HIV medications as it has been days since your exposure.You will need to get HIV tested again at 4... Read more »
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