Penis Foreskin And Vaginal Secretions

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RYAN WARTS AND HERPES AND NIGHT CLUB AND NIPPLE SUCKING......PLEASE HELP

HIABOUT 70 DAYS AGO I AHD A EXPOSURE WHERE I SUCKED NIPPLES AND KISSED A WOMAN ON THE NECK,NO SORES ON NECK OR NIPPLES.I WAS SHIRTLESS AS WELL AS THE WOMAN WAS SHIRTLESS,NO INTERCOURSE OR KISSING...........SECONDLY A YEAR AFTER MY EPIOSDE OF...
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

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

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
...neck, you are not considered to be at risk for infection. HIV transmission is only possible when infected fluids (blood, semen, vaginal secretions are the ones implicated in sexual transmission) come into contact with mucous membranes. It also... Read more »

Mucous membrane on the penis

Hi Dr Kull,In an uncircumcised person would the outer foreskin on the penis be considered a mucous... Read more »

foreskin (CIRCUMCISION)

I often hear conflicting reports on the risk of having foreskin. I've heard that foreskin harbors... Read more »
Articles
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

How HIV Is Spread

...HIV can be transmitted from an infected person to another through: Blood (including menstrual blood) Semen Vaginal secretions Breast milk Blood contains the highest concentration of the virus, followed closely by semen,... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Condoms

...activity. Condoms can protect the mouth, vagina or rectum from HIV-infected semen. They can protect the penis from HIV-infected vaginal fluids and blood in the mouth, vagina, or rectum. They also reduce the risk of spreading other sexually... Read more »
Black AIDS Institute

When You Know Better, You Do Better, Part 3

...which city officials believe to be a significant underestimate. HIV infection among men occurs when bodily fluids -- blood, vaginal secretions, breast milk or semen -- containing HIV come in contact with your blood or penetrate other mucus... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

How Risky Is It?

...through any open sores, through the moist lining of the opening of the penis, or through the cells in the mucous membrane in the foreskin or the head of the penis. What About Oral Sex? There have been many studies of HIV transmission through... Read more »
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