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Window Testing Period For Unprotected Receptive Oral Sex

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Truth about oral sex and hiv - mixed messages received from a test counselor (TRANSMISSION VIA ORAL SEX, 2010)

I have been tested at 3 months, 6 months and a year all negative. I was told that I should test up until six months from a possible exposure. The year test was the start of yearly testing I want to begin as part of my routine exams. I also tested...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...much more about this controversy and conundrum in the archives of this forum.Regarding the HIV transmission/acquisition risk of oral sex, I do not agree with the information given by the counselor. See below.Dr. BobPlease post this (TRANSMISSION... Read more »

oral sex (TRANSMISSION VIA ORAL SEX, 2011)

my boyfriend is HIV positive and I am not, he tells me that because of his undetectable status... Read more »

Can Oral sex increase window period?

Words cant justify the Job you are doing here helping ppl out of their miseries. Thanks for all the... Read more »
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The Well Project

What Is HIV?

...the actions taken against you), that put you at risk. Answer the following questions: Have you ever had vaginal, anal, or oral sex without a condom? Have you ever shared needles or syringes to inject drugs (including steroids or hormones)? ... Read more »
The Well Project

Oral Sex: What's the Real Risk for HIV?

... Table of Contents Studies on the Risks of Oral Sex Tips for Safer Oral Sex Taking Care of Yourself The chances of HIV being transmitted from an HIV+ person to an HIV-negativeperson Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Symptomatic Primary HIV Infection in a 49-Year-Old Man Who Has Sex With Men: Beware the Window Phase

...2009. The patient had "fever, malaise, generalized rash, anal itching and rectal discharge after unprotected receptive anal and oral intercourse with an anonymous partner at a gay cinema one week before. In the last six months, he had engaged in... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Frequently Asked Questions About HIV/AIDS

...sores caused during intercourse (many of which would be unnoticed). Anal and vaginal intercourse are high-risk practices. Oral sex (mouth-penis, mouth-vagina): The mouth is an inhospitable environment for HIV (in semen, vaginal fluid or... Read more »
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11 weeks 2 days from my low risk intercouse.

Posted by sinso, 2 Replies
...low risk but certainly is a risk. First situation was in 28 the February of this year with a woman escort. We had insertive oral sex (Cunnilingus) and receptive (Fellatio) unprotected oral sex and vaginal sex with condom. The second situation... Read more »

Doubt Kills

Posted by estmedicina, 3 Replies
...have strange symptoms such as a slight sore throat and a itchy rash that came a couple of weeks after my unprotected receptive oral sex to a guy I had met a couple of weeks before this incident. So I will test again next month. I wish there were... Read more »

You scared...READ THIS!!!!

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
...workplace injuries (needlestick in a health care setting) * from an HIV positive mother to her unborn child A word about oral sex (mouth-penis, mouth-vagina): The mouth is an inhospitable environment for HIV (in semen, vaginal fluid or... Read more »

GMHC vs. CDC???

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
...there any schools of medicine like Harvard University or UC-San Francisco that also agree with the GMHC on the shortened window period and would concur that a 6 weeks test is 95% reliable? Also, why would the CDC engage in scare tactics? I am not... Read more »