Rash After Sharing Vibrators Worried I Have HIV
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI have recently read some messages with a bit of acid in their words, Im not going to enter in particular discussions about it. I only hope all of them that are worried to be HIV negative and meanwhile, as they choose to be here at this forum, they... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi all,
1 mth ago ,I am tested non reactive to HIV1 and HIV2 ,that is 4-5mths after my protected virginal sex exposure.
However,I have been getting 1-3 slight itchy small bumps(1mm) either on my chest,below my neck, calf,forearm,behind neck,near belly... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 5 RepliesI want to tell you my experience and symptoms and see what you guys think. I am SO worried.
About 7 1/2 weeks ago I had a risky encounter, with a male of unknown status. I was the insertive partner of unprotected anal sex; however, I think another... Read more »
Posted by molls1992, 5 RepliesI had unprotected sex with someone about 3 weeks ago. (stupid, I know). I know him well (not that that matters, I know)....and from what I KNOW of him, he hasn't been with anyone other than me for over a year, and is 100% heterosexual.
I just had an... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi, about 6 months ago (early January, 2000), I had protected sex with a female in a massage parlor. You can never tell if those women have HIV or not. I don't know of the tip of the condom popped a little when I ejaculated. I hope not. I wish I... Read more »
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University of North CarolinaHello there-First, there have been many a vibrator sold over the years and there is not a single case of any of them being tampered with in an attempt to transmit HIV. Secondly, there is no way that HIV could survive on said contaminated vibrator... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Heather,No, I would not recommend you spend any money (let alone $375!) on HIV testing. HIV does not survive very long at all outside the body. Consequently, your HIV risk is essentially nonexistent. For the record, however, I still don't... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillI too am glad to hear of the no-return policy for sex toys and seems should be near the top of the list of Really Good Ideas. Also good news is that HIV does not like to live on plastic (even molded, life-like plastic). It will die, miserable,... Read more »
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