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Looking for HIV Neg partners to chat w

Posted by Tricepmuscle2000, 1 Reply
Hi,
I'm looking for others who might be in the same situation I'm in, I'm HIV negative, my partner is HIV positive. We've been together for nearly 11 years, we've known he's been positive for 10 of those years and I still test Negative. I... Read more »

Cuban HIV+ looking for a partner in life.

Posted by CubanBoy, 2 Replies
I live in Holguin, Cuba. I'm 29 and I am currently studying in medschool. Nobody knows I'm positive, except for a close friend of mine. In Cuba disclosing your HIV status can be really controversial. I feel fine, and I'd like to make friends who are... Read more »

Looking for a life partner.

Posted by thenewme, 1 Reply
I am a 30 year old gay guy living in Nairobi, Kenya and working. I am HIV poz but hasn't yet started treatment. I am looking for a life partner, any colour, race or religion. I am looking for a serious person. And I can relocate if need be.

my... Read more »

looking for partner

Posted by Anonymous
I'M A 25 YEAR OLD FEMALE . LOOKING FOR A FRIEND THAT IS HIV + . IF YOU ARE INTERSTING YOU CAN GET BACK TO ME.

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Looking for Exercise Partner

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Hi everyone. I'm a 24-year-old guy looking for other poz guys to exercise and share stories and experiences. If you're in the New York metro area, send me a line. I am not looking for a lover or casual sex, only people interested in exercising... Read more »
Ask the Experts

What does KS look like? Does my partner have it?

What does KS look like in the early stages and how soon in HIV infection is one likely to see it? My partner has developed several irregularly shaped dark brown spots on his chest recently, he is on HAART and while his viral level is not...
Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Response from Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Harvard Medical School
Permit me to re-run my response from Sept 16, 2001. It's applicable to your query--In the past months or so, I have receive about 30 queries which describe pigmented lesions, stretch marks, pimples and so on and so on. Some describe red... Read more »

partners having unprotected sex with different strains (SEX BETWEEN TWO HIV POSITIVE PARTNERS, 2011)

when i was diagnosed my doctor told me that i am classified as HIV strain 2 and with cd4 count of 5 as of 2007 and now 1095 of october 2010...i have a partner and the doctor told him that his HIV 1 & 2 strain and not taking medications yet...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi,Even between two HIV positives, unprotected sex remains risky business. Yes, it is possible to acquire a second more virulent or resistant strain of HIV by having bareback sex with another HIVer. (See below.) You report you decided to have... Read more »

"HIV RISK" from masturbation with HIV+ partner's cum

Would i be infected for using my poz partner's cum to jerk off?...
Erik Glenn, M.A.

Response from Erik Glenn, M.A.

Chicago Black Gay Mens Caucus
Thanks for your very interesting question,If we look at how HIV is transmitted, just jerking off with his cum really <b>wouldn't be enough</b> to get it up inside your body. Penetrative sex is unique in that fluids are moved around... Read more »

HIV+ - HIV- Partner PLEASE ANSWER!!!

Hello!I've been HIV+ for a few years and know what it feels like. Anyhow I had a partner for three years and he never wanted to wear a condom when he penetrated me, we broke up and he tells me he remains HIV-.Now I've been in a three...
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Response from Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
It is quite possible that you could infect your partner, especially if you guys have repeated episodes of unprotected (anal?) sex. The fact that your last partner did not get infected does not mean that your current partner will not. Do your best... Read more »
Articles
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV/AIDS in the United States: A Look Back and a Look Forward

Introduction Status of the Epidemic: Incidence HIV Is Still a Problem in the U.S.: Prevention Works -- But Challenges Exist What CDC Is Doing to Address the Epidemic Closing Testimony before the Oversight and Government Reform... Read more »
HIV i-Base

Partner-Dependent Immune Differences May Protect Against HIV Infection

An interesting poster at IAS 2013 looked at the association between HLA incompatability of sexual partners as a mechanism for protection against sexual transmission. 1 Wim Jennes from the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp presented... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Idaho AIDS Study Looks at Canyon's High Rate

Idaho State University-Boise (ISU) will join local partners in Caldwell on April 10 to discuss HIV and the importance of testing, which will be offered free at the event. The meeting at the Family Services Center was prompted especially by concerns... Read more »
TheBodyPRO.com

Zero HIV Infections Seen Through Condomless Sex When HIV-Positive Partner Is on Effective Treatment

Zero cases of HIV transmission were observed in mixed-status couples when the HIV-positive partner was on treatment with a viral load below 200, according to a study presented by Alison Rodger, M.D., at CROI 2014 in Boston. However, the result comes... Read more »