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Risk Of HIV Transmission From Condom Inside Out

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Risk of F to M transmission with no-break condom?

My brother went to Tijuana last weekend and had sex with a stripper. He said that he used a condom. He only did vaginal sex. He also said that there was no breakage in the condom, and no leakage. He said he had a cold sore on his mouth, and...
Ryan M. Kull, C.S.W

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

Columbia University's Health & Related Services
A latex condom that is used throughout sex and remains intact should provide total protection against HIV. Condoms studied in the lab show that HIV does not pass through the pores of a condom. However, condoms are not perfect. Studies have yielded... Read more »

Condom slipped off inside partner and I'm very scared. Please help!

I had sex with a lady I just bumped into on a rainy day on the 8th of February. The condoms they... Read more »

2 minutes after inside after condom broke

Hi Doctor, I was in India and had sex with a commercial sex worker. I used condom for first 2... Read more »
Articles
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Condoms for the Prevention of HIV and STI Transmission

Summary Condoms are physical barriers that can reduce the risk of a sexual exposure to HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). They are made of materials that do not allow HIV or STIs to pass through them. Condoms can be highly effective... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Durex Stops Making Condoms With Nonoxynol-9 Due to Possible Increased Risk of HIV Transmission

SSL International , the maker of Durex condoms, has stopped producing condoms containing the spermicide nonoxynol-9, which in recent studies has shown that it may increase the risk of HIV transmission, BBC News reports ( BBC News , 1/20). ... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Insight Into HIV Transmission Risk When the Viral Load Is Undetectable and No Condom Is Used

The sexual transmission of HIV occurs after an exposure to fluids that contain HIV, such as semen and fluids from the vagina and rectum. The amount of virus in these fluids (also known as viral load) is the most important factor that determines... Read more »
AIDS Project Los Angeles

Nonoxynol-9 May Increase HIV Transmission Risk

Nonoxynol-9 (N-9), a spermicide found in many sexual lubricants and on many lubricated condoms, may not be the HIV-prevention panacea many had hoped. Regular use of products containing N-9 may increase the risk of HIV transmission. Since the... Read more »
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Condom stayed inside

Posted by ivan122333, 1 Reply
I had protected sex with a woman i dont know. At a certain point the condom was half way out then i finished and when i pulled out the condom stayed in. What do i do now. When should i get tested and what do u think is the risk? Read more »

Condom came off inside of me. What do I do

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
I had sex with a guy I barely know. While screwing me I asked him to stop for a restroom break. I noticed that he did not have a condom on anymore. I found the condom inside of me. He had not cum yet. But we had been screwing for about 20mins. What... Read more »

Skin Abrasion on Penis / HIV Transmission Risk

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Hello.
I just felt compelled to share an experience regarding potential HIV expousure through a tiny skin abrasion on the penis. In a trip abroad last year, I topped for a man of unknown status. I wore a condom, but after ejaculation I noticed that... Read more »

Transmission via kissing and condoms

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
I recently met a wonderful and terric person whom I'd to get to know better. The only problem is this person is HIV+. We have gone out on a few dates and finaly kissed. I really like this person but I also want to take each and every precaution.

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