What Is A Male Risk To Get Hiv
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesWhen assessing your risk, it is crucial to remember that HIV is only known to be sexually transmitted during anal, vaginal, and, less frequently, oral sex (to the person performing oral sex). There is no evidence that HIV is transmitted through... Read more »
University of Massachusetts, Medical SchoolHIV positive women can definitely transmit HIV to their sexual partners. The risk of transmission may be lower from individuals on therapy or with low viral loads. For further information, please see the transmission information section on this web... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Yes, the safest and most effective way involves sperm washing and in vitro fertilization. See below.Dr. BobArtificial Insemination vs. In Vitro Fertilization Feb 25, 2010Hi Dr. Bob,My question is about starting a family through artificial... Read more »
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Posted by spidermanhttp://news.independent.co.uk/uk/health_medical/article1217831.ece
Male circumcision 'lowers risk of HIV infection by 60%'
By Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor
Published: 09 August 2006
It used to be called the unkindest cut. But now the head of the one of... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous"Insertive vaginal sex (male risk in heterosexual coitus) is estimated to cause HIV infection 0.03% to 0.09% of the time."
This is according to Dr. Frascino who leads the Forum on Fatigue and Anemia. (He is HIV+ for many years and during these years... Read more »
Posted by Sprite1, 3 RepliesAnd just as I was entering the home stretch a little bit calmer...
Dr Bob's answer to the question "I've heard that female to male transmission is very low" has really scared me.
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replieswhat are the chances of a guy getting infected with HIV from receiving unprotected oral sex from another male in a one-time encounter? Yeah.....I know it was stupid.....will never do it again...but what are my chances of being infected? Should I... Read more »
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