Sinus Infection After Vaginal Sex Without Condom Does It Mean I Have HIV

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Hello Dr. Bob

Dr. Bob, I hope you are doing well. I was just reading some of the archives & found out that you were HIV positive.1)If you dont mind me asking of how you acquired the infection. As you knw there is a lot of debate about the effectiveness of...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...sites, primarily to avoid transmitting germs from one site to another. For instance, having anal sex and then proceeding on to vaginalsex could cause vaginal problems. Changing condoms when changing penetration sites helps protect the receptive... Read more »

HIV Test and Index Value (SIGNAL-TO-CUT OFF RATIO) (INDEX VALUE)

I am sending donation for your grate service. I would like to know about Index Value in HIV 1&2... Read more »

ARUBA Q#3

This is my 2nd time, please help me releive some anxiety. Almost 6 weeks ago I had a sexual with an... Read more »
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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 »
The Well Project

Oral Sex: What's the Real Risk for HIV?

...HIV-negativeperson depends on the type of contact. HIV is most easily transmitted throughunprotected (no condoms) anal sex, unprotected vaginalsex, and sharinginjection drug equipment. Oral sex has been shown to be less risky than these... Read more »
The Well Project

HIV and Safer Sex

...risky activities: Penetrative Sex (Sex in Anus or Vagina) Penetrative sex is considered the highest-risk activity. For both vaginal and anal sex, use latex condoms and water- or silicone-based lubricant (lube) to prevent the condom from... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Safer Sex Guidelines

...rectum, vagina, mouth, nose, or at the tip of the penis. These can be damaged easily, which gives HIV a way to get into the body. Vaginal or rectal intercourse without protection is very unsafe. Sexual fluids enter the body, and wherever a man's... Read more »