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Unprotected Anal Sex Without Ejaculation Should I Get Test For HIV

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Unprotected sex without ejaculation

Dr. I had unprotected anal sex with someone who I just found out is HIV positive however he did not ejaculate. Should I be tested? am I at significant risk?Thank you,
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...indeed significant. Because of this significant exposure with someone confirmed to be HIV positive, the CDC recommends you have HIV testing at both three and six months.Why are you having unprotected sex? Suppose you never found out your partner... Read more »

Unprotected receptive anal sex

Dear Dr.Thank you for this brilliant resource it is really helping me to deal with what I'm going... Read more »

quick anal sex

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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

AIDS Drugs Haven't Changed HIV Risk With Anal Sex

...in the blood to undetectable levels, it does not reduce the risk of contracting the virus during a single act of unprotected anal sex, according to a new study of men who have sex with men. Dr. Fengyi Jin, of the National Center in HIV... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV Transmission

...Prevention Information Network (NPIN)Web site , or call NPIN at 1-800-458-5231. To find a testing site near you, visit the National HIV Testing Resources Web site . Are patients in a health care setting at risk of getting HIV? Although HIV... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Reducing the Risk of Getting HIV From Sexual Activities

...There are, however, manufacturers that continue to make condoms laced with N-9. Condoms containing N-9 should not be used for anal sex; however, if a condom containing N-9 is the only method available, using this condom is significantly safer... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

How HIV Is Spread

...antibodies when the semen is collected. The semen is then frozen. The donor is required to come back after six months for a second HIV test, to confirm the initial HIV screening. The semen is not used before the procedure is completed. Mother... Read more »
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testing NOT needed if oral sex is only exposure?

Posted by anonymouslad, 4 Replies
Why do the experts(on this site anyway) suggest that testing for HIV is not even recommended if unprotected oral sex is the person's only possible risk? Yet there IS still a chance that HIV can be contracted this way? Surely it would be (a... Read more »

Anal sex...

Posted by vbguy1818, 1 Reply
...What is the likelihood of contracting HIV if you had anal sex unprotected for only a few minutes and there was no ejaculation inside of the anus? Read more »

Symptoms from unprotected sex

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
...body aches and no diarrhea. They symptoms lasted for 4 days or so and have gone away. Two weeks after the encounter I had an HIV test and it was negative, the nurse suggested I get tested again in 3 months which is mid December. I'm wondering... Read more »

what are the chances...

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...What are the chances of contracting HIV from A. unprotected oral sex with no ejaculation B. brief (less than 5 minutes) of unprotected intercourse with pull-out (definitely no sperm near or in my body) I've been Read more »