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Avatar m tn Annual testing is recommended for people with multiple partners, even those using condoms. However, that is based on the philosophy of "better safe than sorry" and not any measurable risk associated with condom-protected sex. Drs.
Avatar n tn And oral sex is basically safe sex -- completely safe with respect to HIV and although not zero risk for other STDs, the chance of infection is far lower than for unprotected vaginal or anal sex. Please educate yourself about the real risks. If you stick with oral sex and condom-protected vaginal or anal sex, you have no HIV worries and very little worry about other STDs.
Avatar m tn I want to ask if this means that my chance of contracting AIDS is zero? Do I still need to go to the hospital for an examination?
Avatar n tn Zero for HIV.
Avatar m tn Your risk of actual AIDS is zero. You need to put your energy into working on the fear not researching medical AIDS. If you have a rash, seek local medical attention. Ask yourself why are you so preoccupied with AIDS. What would you be thinking about if not that?
Avatar m tn The risk is very low, probably zero. If your the one doing the sucking (the receptive partner) the risk is about 1 in 10,000 and that's with ejaculation. If your the one being sucked, the risk is 0 to 0.5 in 10,000. You are at an extremely low risk. Never ever try to diagnose a HIV infection through looking at symptoms.
Avatar m tn What are the chances of me being exposed to AIDs or HIV from using heroin IV? I'm going to a Free Health Clinic soon? I hope... I want to get tested to be safe. Ive done Heroin a handful of times since December of 09. Ive never shared a needle, and have always taken the necessary pre cautions.
Avatar m tn 30 years into the HIV\AIDS global pandemic and not a single person has ever been infected with HIV via kissing. Why? Because Kissing poses no risk of HIV infection. FACT.
Avatar m tn (abstract no. WePpC2072)??Balls JE, Evans JL, Dilley J, Osmond D, Shiboski S, Shiboski C, Klausner J, McFarland W, Greenspan D, Page-Shafer K?University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, United States Oral transmission of HIV, reality or fiction?
Avatar n tn AIDS...probably zero. HIV is a different story. You had a risk test 3 months after last exposure for a conclusive result. Your symptom id not related to HIV.
Avatar m tn Your exposure is zero risk. You did not sexually penetrate her in any way other than masturbation and your exposure to her secretions irrelevant since the skin of your fingers is impervious to HIV. This exposure is within the realm of masturbation which is safe sex. No risk you you for acquisition of HIV or any other STD.
Avatar f tn My question is, is it possible that I could have gotten aids when my mom touched my nose and it popped a little, if her finger was still bleeding a bit? I don't think she had aids, but I don't know for sure... apprently her cuts stopped bleeding yesterday...
Avatar n tn The risk for contracting AIDS through oral intercourse is not zero, but is lower than associated with anal or vaginal intercourse." In 1993, an AIDS Institute panel concluded that "the number of documented cases of oral transmission is very small," but "oral-penile sex poses a real risk of HIV transmission, although the risk is far lower than for anal or vaginal sex.
Avatar m tn the girl touched the outer skin of the condon and (I cannnot remember if she washed hands) give me a hand job without a condon.Would that made me infected with AIDS?Thank you very much for reading and answering my question.
Avatar m tn How do you know if she's. An aids patient HIV and aids are different stages of the same virus so please be knowledgeable......
Avatar n tn No risk.
Avatar m tn Someone i have had oral sex with has got AIDS this month. I had some episodes last year.If he had sores in his mouth could anything have gone into the urethral lining.I intent to help him but want to put on the oxygen mask first. Mystified why the urethra is kept safe. Anyone with a little compassion just answer I will not start a thread.
Avatar m tn Solo masturbation is an absolutely safe sexual practice, no matter what you use for wiping the mess off. Certainly there is no chance of HIV transmission this way,,, Zero,,, ZERO.. However it is a matter of personal cleanliness that used or dirty clothes may be avoided.
Avatar f tn You have to have contracted HIV before you progress to AIDS and you've never put yourself at risk of contracting HIV.