Severe Vaginal Bleeding After Lifting
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyIs Bleeding a symptom of HIV or Aids ? in the Vagina or Penis Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI had a single indicident of unprotected vaginal sex 2 months ago, and I have had severe bleeding gums in the past month or so. Does anyone know if this could be a sign of seroconversion or immunosuppression? It's really getting me down. Would... Read more »
Posted by luisferreira, 1 ReplyHi,
Some weeks ago and few hours before having protected sex
with a sex worker, I did shave my scrotum and had a one small bleeding cut
Is it possible to get infected from her vagina fluids if they did reach my cut, which I am sure it did happen? What... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replieshi..
these past two days I found large orange stain on my panties. I also have been experiencing pain during intercourse. I checked on info. about vaginal infection symptoms, none of it says something about orange color discharge. does anybody... Read more »
Posted by grcboy30I am a male who recently had sex with an ex gf. We had been broken up for 8 years.
I used a condom which didn't break and we did not engage in oral sex either way.
My question is, I shaved my chest and just below my belly button but above my pubic... Read more »
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesUnless the blood came into contact with any mucous membranes (the lining of your urethra, anus, or mouth), then I would say that you were not at risk for infection. A condom without any breaks or tears is an effective barrier to HIV. RMK... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Worried in Singapore,Unprotected cunnilingus carries only a negligible risk for HIV acquisition, even considering your "2 pin prick" wounds on your lip. Your fears are unwarranted and your symptoms are not HIV related.If you remain... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiBoth instances carry extremely low risk for HIV transmission.HIV transmission does not occur through kissing and oral sex carries the lowest risk of transmission. There has to a direct exchange of body fluid in order for the risk of transmission... Read more »
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