What Four Major Body Fluids Transmit Hiv?
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesIt is possible that HIV could be transmitted through pre-ejaculatory fluid (the small amount of fluid that comes out of the penis during sexual contact before ejaculation). HIV can be isolated in pre-ejaculate and there is evidence that individuals... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Latex or polyurethane condoms can prevent HIV transmission if used properly and if they don't fail (break).Spermicides and microbicides do not stop or prevent HIV. In fact a previous popular spermicide, Nonoxynol-9, actually increased the... Read more »
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Posted by mona811can anyone tell me that if body fluid has touched the skin without intercoursing can person be effected with hiv Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesLast weekend, we had a party at my home with some friends (I knowing or I unknowing). After the party, I cleaned the house and the bathroom. There was some stain (not sure blood or urine or some other stuff) on one toilet. I cleaned it and touched... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAnswer: A small amount or none. The small amount can/could be risky. There is really no documentation on transmission from female to male. There IS documentation on a few men who have had post-coital female blood infect them via intercourse. I... Read more »
Posted by Sprite1, 3 RepliesNo screaming anguish this time, I promise. Sorry.
It's now four weeks to go for the 'make or break' test. Weighing up all the odds statistically, I'll be fine... looking at my symptoms, and, heart-breakingly, those of my partner, I'm not remotely... Read more »
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