Loose Stool After Unprotected Anal Sex Sign Of HIV AIDS
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiThere are many studies out now that state that someone living with HIV on medication with an undetectable viral load the chances of HIV transmission reduce by 96%. The study is HPTN 052, you can look it up and read it. But it is definitely a good... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Another QTND (question that never dies) and ATNC (answer that never changes). See below.Dr. Bobgay anal sex with two hiv negativesJun 2, 2008 dr bob, i am really worried because my gay friend and i had gay sex and anal! is there any way we can... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey Patrick,What you've read is correct: Unprotected receptive anal sex carries the highest per-act statistical risk for sexual HIV transmission. As for "protected" receptive anal sex, this is indeed considered "protected"... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello.Unprotected anal sex is always risky business. It does place you at some degree of risk for STDs, including HIV. PEP is generally only recommended when there has been a significant HIV exposure. If in doubt, starting PEP is the wisest course... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replycan hiv cause loose stools im very nervous about it , the only unprotected sex i had was oral performed on me . i had unprotected sex for vaginal like two years ago Read more »
Posted by canadian1984, 1 ReplyI have to say, for the last month I have been stressing over this.
I would like to ask members who have seen seroconversion before; how common do you see someone experience loose stool for nearly a month? I thought it was these sugar alcohol cookies... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousAre there ANY documented cases of HIV being transmitted from a person with an Undetectable Viral Load?
Please answer my question!!!!
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Posted by bigmistakenow, 1 ReplyI have had unprotected sex with someone who is now experiencing early HIV symptoms (vomitting, numbness/tingling, thrush, herpes outbreaks). He was tested at the 3-week mark and 6-week mark after our sexual encounter, and results were negative both... Read more »
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