Lambskin Condoms And Hiv
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question. Natural condoms are NOT adequateprotection against HIV, nor other STD's. Both partners are at high risk ofinfection, even when these condoms are used. The only types of condoms thatwill protect both partners... Read more »
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Rates of Condom and Non-Condom-Based Anal Intercourse Practices Among Homosexually Active Men in Australia: Deliberate HIV Risk Reduction?"Three decades into the HIV epidemic and with the advancement of HIV treatments, condom and non-condom-based anal intercourse among gay men in resource-rich countries needs to be re-assessed," the authors wrote to introduce the current study. The... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI recently had sex, protected vaginal and oral with an escort of unknown status.
I think the condom was latex but I'm not positive. Is there a big difference between lambskin and latex as far as feel and looks? I have only used latex and I'm pretty... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHIV & Condoms
Posted: Sep 21, 2000
Last evening a friend told me he heard that HIV is smaller than the smallest pores in condoms and that the virus can pass through condom membranes. Have you heard this or is it just another rumor?
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDear Mr. Dragon-
Well, this is different yet again from your early posts. I thank you for taking the time to clarify your thinking. I think the most critical thing is that HIV is NOT EASILY transmitted through a condom, as you mentioned. This is a... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousHello everyone,
I have a few basic questions about condoms. There is somuch onthe Internet that I am really confused.
1-Are latex condoms barriers to HIV? Can it get through? On what basis can it get through?
2-If they are barriers then why are... Read more »
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