Common Questions and Answers about Hiv aids clinics san francisco
A study by Univ. California SanFrancisco of 239 HIV-negative men who only had oral sex with men (over 30% of which had ejaculation in their mouths) over a ten year period showed a 0% rate of transmission. Oral sex is not a risk for HIV transmission.
The University of California San Francisco and the SanFrancisco Dept. of Public Health just completed a study of men in SanFrancisco who have only had oral sex and found zero new HIV infections. A very recent study from Spain confirmed earlier studies that oral sex is safe sex in terms of HIV. However, there are case reports and individual experiences that support that HIV can be transmitted through oral sex, although rarely.
Dr Hook and Dr Handsfield,
Dr Hook just re-assured me yesterday about the essentially "one-in-million" chances of getting infected with HIV from being sucked orally. But it's amazing how obsessed I've become in checking all possible Internet sources I can find for further assurances.
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