But the doc said, just take once more after 6 months to get rid of this thought. Sexual risk behavior and risk factors for HIV-1 seroconversion in homosexual men participating in the Tricontinental Seroconverter Study, [published erratum appears in Am J Epidemiol 15 Dec; 12 ].
Honored to call you my friend! Report Abuse. I had simply believed that body fluids could carry the HIV to a sex partner or victim - cops have complained that when they beat the brains out of arrested people or inmates the are at risk for getting HIV by being bled on, spit on or bitten.
Again my encounter has been unprotected oral giving and receiving, as noted above - never anal.
My only problem is that I'm staying here in Saudi Arabia. It is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as medical advice or a diagnosis of any health or fitness problem, condition or disease; or a recommendation for a specific test, doctor, care provider, procedure, treatment plan, product, or course of action.
HIV Prevention Community. Some others suggest that there is an appreciable risk of HIV from oral sex however, there are no convincing scientific reports which support these statements. My questions are as follows: - Could the sexual encounter I described above have led to HIV Infection if this man was indeed hiv positive?
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This truly was a zero-risk event for all practical purposes. I know you're upset and frightened, but I have done my best to tell you why these fears are unwarranted. You are being very safe in general, in particular in routinely inquiring about partners' HIV status. 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.
It is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as medical advice or a diagnosis of any health or fitness problem, condition or disease; or a recommendation for a specific test, doctor, care provider, procedure, treatment plan, product, or course of action.
HIV is a blood borne pathogen, much like Lymes disease. Even with a slightly damaged outer shell, the virus loses its ability to do that. Psychol Bull.
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Welcome back to the forum. Oral sex is safe sex. The risk of some STDs is zero for practical purposes, and for others the risk is very low. For HIV, there are at most a handful of cases worldwide (in over 30 years, with millions of infections) that appeared to have been aquired by fellatio in the penile to oral direction (and none proved in the other direction). Giving oral sex and hiv miguel I'm gay and I have a boyfriend.I don't konw how to ask my boyfriend that he has hiv or onmouseup.info he said he did not have a lot of sex experience And I just give oral sex to onmouseup.info no anal onmouseup.info these days I have catched cold many times and I have chronic pharyngitis onmouseup.info I also got fever.
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"As you know from other posts about oral sex, our stance is that giving or receiving oral sex is not a risk for HIV. Some others suggest that there is an appreciable risk of HIV from oral sex however, there are no convincing scientific reports which support these statements. Transmission to the receptive (BJ-giving) partner clearly occurs, but is uncommon. It simply is very rare to see people with newly acquired HIV who give believable histories of oral sex as the only exposure, and the overall risk is clearly less than one transmission in 10, exposures, when one partner is known to have HIV.
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Not to long ago, Teak would answer this question along the lines of "With good oral health, no risk". Lately he has been giving a more direct "no" without the "oral health " qualifier. Perhaps he has lately felt more confidence in saying this due to all the evidence that points to it no being a risk. The doctors will still say very low risk. Jun 28, · If the person with HIV is receiving oral sex, the person giving it may have a higher risk. Mouths may have more openings in the skin or lesions. Saliva, on the other hand, is not a carrier of the.