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Is It Possible To Get HIV From Condom

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is it possible to get hiv after condom protected oral? please, please sir, answer me

I was insertive in condom protected oral sex (3 mins). Assuming my partner was hiv+, condom didn't break or slipped and was there during the entire penetration. Do I need to test? Please, at least short answer so I can let my fears go away....
Richard Cordova III

Response from Richard Cordova III

Test Positive Aware Network
Hi there:Even without a condom, oral sex is very low risk. You do not need to testBottom line: Let your fears go away!In health,Richard... Read more »

Possibility of HIV infection when condom broke down

had a vaginal sex with girl (Commercial) on Friday. during the second course I found that the... Read more »

possible hiv transmission from hiv+ person with condom being the bottom

I am 20 years old. Last night I had protected anal sex with a guy who is HIV+. I was the bottom... Read more »
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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Durex Stops Making Condoms With Nonoxynol-9 Due to Possible Increased Risk of HIV Transmission

SSL International , the maker of Durex condoms, has stopped producing condoms containing the spermicide nonoxynol-9, which in recent studies has shown that it may increase the risk of HIV transmission, BBC News reports ( BBC News , 1/20). ... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Boys' Perceived, Actual Condom Knowledge Possibly Related to Use During First Intercourse, Study Says

Teenage boys who believe they know how to use condoms properly but actually do not are less likely to use condoms the first time they have sexual intercourse than boys who are better informed about condom use and boys who have a low level of condom... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

New York City to Launch an Official City Condom, With Possible Subway Theme

New York City is branding its own line of condoms as part of the Bloomberg administration's strategy to reduce rates of HIV and other STDs. One proposed packaging idea is a subway theme, with maps and colors of the different lines printed on the... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Sex Ed for Seniors: You Still Need Those Condoms

CDC reports that 15 percent of new HIV infections occur among those older than 50, a group that is expected to account for the majority of HIV patients by 2015. Experts say modern developments like Internet dating and erectile dysfunction... Read more »
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Condoms apparently not as effective as possible

Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies
So I just got tested because it turns out my boyfriend just tested positive last week. We have *no* idea where he could have picked this up, because other than me he has only had one partner who he hasn't slept with in two years and who also tested... Read more »

scared shitless-tell parents of possibility of HIV

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
I had a low risk encounter (condom, no break no slip) with a high risk person (many sex partners status assuming HIV+ positive in retrospect) just 2 1/2 weeks ago, should I tell parents of possible exposure i.e. had one night stand?

Currently I... Read more »

condom broke can cause HIV ?

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Hello I had weared the condom but I didn't put in. I was just rubbing my penis with her thyes but unfortuntely the condom broke. But there was no fluid or pre cum was there.
Now I found after 4 weeks that there very very small ulcer (pin head size)... Read more »

Possible HIV Infection

Posted by alittleworried, 1 Reply
I had protected, anal sex with a partner who says that he is HIV-Negative. After sex, I noticed that there was blood on the outside of condom. After taking the condom off, I noticed that there was a cut on my penis. I checked the condom and it did... Read more »