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Jock Itch After Vaginal Sex With Condom What Are The Chances Of HIV

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PLEASE, Please Help!! Jock Itch/HIV/repeat exposures related questions

Dear Dr. Frascino,Thank you for offer us this great forum to resolve our confusions and assure our concerns. I have had two regretful protected oral and vaginal sexes with two CSWs 21 weeks ago (in 2 consecutive days, and I wont do this any kind and...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi Christopher,Protected sex is indeed protected, assuming the latex (or polyurethane) condom was used properly and did not fail (break).". . . Virginal fluid flew . . ."??? Hmm. "Virginal" fluid would mean your CSW was a virgin.... Read more »

Risk from oral sex during jock itch episode

I would like to commend you for never ending support on this forum. I would like to ask my last... Read more »

Jock it while having sex

I had sex with a female 11 weeks ago. I used a condom at all times, but my concern is that I had... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Effectiveness of COL-1492, a Nonoxynol-9 Vaginal Gel, on HIV-1 Transmission in Female Sex Workers: A Randomised Controlled Trial

Although the male condom, when used consistently and correctly, provides high levels of protection against HIV-1 and other STDs, negotiating its use is not always feasible for many women. Therefore, there is a need for a female-controlled method for... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Most HIV-Positive MSM Practice Abstinence, Condom Use or Monogamy to Reduce Chances of HIV Transmission, Study Says

Most HIV-positive men who have sex with men in the United States are taking precautionary measures to avoid transmitting the virus to their partners, according to a study published on Thursday in the CDC 's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report ,... 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 »
Rick Sowadsky, M.S.P.H.

Can You Have Safer Sex Without Latex Condoms?

When we talk about safer sex, the first thing that people often think about is using a latex condom. There is no doubt that latex condoms -- used every time and used correctly -- will significantly reduce the risk for HIV and other sexually... Read more »
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does jock itch affect std/sti test results?

Posted by randomone, 1 Reply
Hey all, just got done with my blood test and was wondering if that a case of jock itch will mess/affect the test results and give a positive result? Am I being too paranoid? I'm pretty sure I got the jock itch because i've been going to the gym... Read more »

oral sex and chances of getting disease

Posted by yasar2040, 1 Reply
Hi,

I am a married man, my wife does not like to have oral sex. But I have been really crazy about it.

I had taken a massage service by a lady, out of excitement I paid extra money and asked lady to massage private part. I also touched my tongue to... Read more »

Chances with condom

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
I made a hugh mistake - while on business in eastern europe, ended up with a sex worker in a hotel. It was protected and condom did not break (went on for about 10 mins, though). I am married with 2 kids and need to know the chances. Very worried... Read more »

15 seconds unprotected sex, possible sex worker. What are my chances??!?!

Posted by treeoflife1, 2 Replies
Had a 15 to 10 second exposure of unprotected vaginal sex with a women before coming to my senses and stopping.
Got my 7 week negative Oraquick. Is testing at 12 weeks even worth it? Read more »