Should I Get Tested After Condom Inside Out
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Posted by ivan122333, 1 ReplyI 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 »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI 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 »
Posted by Tdt1110I'm HIV- and a guy I've met up with a few times who says he is HIV- (and has test results, but four months ago) had protected anal sex last night (me bottom, he top). After he came and as he was pulling out, his erection had subsided just enough to... Read more »
Posted by Nebulous, 1 ReplyThe moral of the story is get tested and then be safe. And if you get lucky, don' t push your luck.
If you're not, brother you have my deepest empathy and sympathy. You really are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Posted by MiamiLat, 1 ReplyHello to all!
I haven't been on the site for some time. However, I had the following incident last night:
After rimming another male's ass for a while, I proceeded to rub my penis outside his anus and dipped it inside twice for a few seconds before... Read more »
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University of North Carolina - Chapel HillDear ManuYes, there is a risk of infection with HIV and other sexually transmitted infections with unprotected sex - which is what you had once the condom broke.You should go to your doctor or local health department and report the exposure and ask... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,A condom left behind (so to speak) should be viewed the same as unprotected sex, because the ejaculate would leak out. PEP would be indicated if your partner was HIV positive and you are still within the 72-hour window. If not, testing at the... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiHIV transmission can only occur when there is a direct and prolonged exposure to body fluids, semen, vaginal fluid, blood or mother to child through breast feeding. This most commonly occurs through unprotected vaginal or anal sex and sharing of... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:1. I would suggest an anti-body test at the three month mark, just to be certain.2. Not very high. The short amount of time and your negative PCR DNA test indicate that transmission did not likely occur.3. The PCR DNA test is quite... Read more »
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