Sore On Penis After Oral Sex Hooker What Are The Chances Of HIV

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Oral Sex and PEP / Confirmed Exposure

Hi Dr. Bob. Thank you so much for your work, we all appreciate it very much. Last night, I drank heavily and I don't remember all the details perfectly but I had a protected sex 3 times with a sex worker in Thailand. She told me that she is HIV...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...perfectly" is a bit concerning. If there was a chance you had unprotected sex with an HIV-positive hooker, PEP would be warranted.Oral sex carries only a small risk of HIV transmissions/acquisition. To PEP or not is open to discussion when... Read more »

Oral sex, uncut and bruise penis

Hi doc.I am a sexually active gay man who yes, Ill admit it, loves receiving oral sex. Not only do... Read more »

Mouse bite my penis before oral sex......does that put me at risk?

Dr. Bob, Hey how are you doing? I want to first start off by saying, no a mouse didn't bite... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

What You Should Know about Oral Sex

... Oral Sex Is Not Risk Free Like all sexual activity, oral sex carries some risk of HIV transmission when one partner is known to be infected Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Safer Sex Guidelines

...lubricants like Vaseline, oils, or creams can damage condoms and other latex barriers. Be sure to use water-based lubricants. Oral sex has some risk of transmitting HIV, especially if sexual fluids get in the mouth and if there are bleeding... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Condoms

...oil-based . The oils in Crisco, butter, baby oil, Vaseline or cold cream will make latex fall apart. Use unlubricated condoms for oral sex (most lubricants taste awful). Do not throw condoms into a toilet. They can clog plumbing. Using a... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Stopping the Spread of HIV

...been caused by sweat, saliva or tears. However, even small amounts of blood in your mouth might transmit HIV during kissing or oral sex. Blood can come from flossing your teeth, or from sores caused by gum disease, or by eating very hot or sharp,... Read more »
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