Stinging Pain After Mutual Masturbation Worried I Have HIV
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Posted by Orso, 1 ReplyI am at my first sexual encounters, so the question may sound silly. English is not my mother tongue, so I apologize in advance for any mistakes or problems in explaining myself.
I know mutual masturbation is considered as a safe form of sex. I also... Read more »
Posted by JoeD93, 1 ReplyAbout a week ago, I met a guy from online for a one night thing. Before this encounter, I gave a hand job to a guy a few days before and he ejaculated on my hand (not worried about that), but before that the last time I did anything sexual was in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI recently engaged in mutual masturbation with a male friend of mine. I am recently separated, back into the dating scene, and felt that this would be safe. I abstained from intercourse or oral sex. However, in retrospect I am concerned about him... Read more »
Posted by ExWorryWart, 2 RepliesHas anyone experienced this?
I know what anxiety and panic attack is as I have experienced it first hand but never before do I remember having this 'weird' sensation. Any worried wells here experience stinging pain in both armpits and constant dull... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIs mutual mastubation risky? What do you think? Last week I was given a handjob by a stranger in a public toilet. Should I be worried?
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,QUESTIONS NEVER 'ANSWERD'!!!"??? Not true! I "ANSWERD" it! See below.Dr. BobHIV between two hiv-negative people?(HIV TRANSMISSION BETWEEN TWO HIV NEGATIVES)Jul 2, 2007 is there a way hiv can develop through a... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Sean,Mutual masturbation, even with a tranny, is not considered a significant risk for HIV transmission. As for worrying the virus "crept" into your urethra, please note HIV doesn't creep, hop, skip, jump or cha-cha-cha. Your... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHi,The risk of HIV transmission from what you have described is safe. For testing for HIV whether oral swab or blood are very accurate at 28 days, and conclusive at 90 days. I would say from what you have told me that you are HIV negative.Continue... Read more »
Symptoms Are Highly Prevalent Among HIV Outpatients and Associated With Poor Adherence and Unprotected Sexual IntercourseNoting the scarcity of data on the prevalence and burden of pain and symptoms among HIV patients in the era of antiretroviral therapy (ART), the authors set out to measure symptom prevalence and determine associations with key variables:... Read more »
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