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RISK OF HIV

Hello,

I am a male who had protected vaginal intercourse about a month ago, UNTIL the condom slipped off, and was left inside the female. I recognized this immediately and pulled out. I have been in a relationship with her for 11 months, and in September 07 we both tested negative for HIV, and she tested again in December 07 as well, and was negative.

I was wondering if HIV could have been transmitted within those few seconds until i realized the condom was no longer there....and I was also wondering if you performed oral sex on a female, for like 2 minutes and spit anything that could have been in your mouth, if you could recieve HIV that way?
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You're saying the condom slipped off on with draw?
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277836 tn?1359666174
get educated on hiv
and test 3  months post exposure
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no not during withdraw, just actual intercourse and immediately as soon as the condom slipped off, i pulled out and used another condom
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277836 tn?1359666174
risk of tranmission female to male 1 in 1000 with blood 1 in 2000 without
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There has never been a case of HIV transmitted from going down on a woman.
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These things can't really be pin pointed, that's why the CDC says wear a dental damn-i  agree with you Teak, but there are people going down on hookers posting within the forum -or- women of unknown high-risk status, ect, so...just an added cautionary comment. I mean what about menstruel secretions being present? Plus all of the other bodily fluids? I'd say maybe, maybe not my friend-so then caution is in order.
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In all the history of HIV. If no one has contracted HIV by going down on anyone it's NOT going to happen. Period End of Subject. HIV didn't just evolve this year. This has been going on almost 30 years. You don't believe in the 30 year history, that if HIV was transmitted in that fashion that all researchers and scientist wouldn't already know.
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Tell it to the CDC & Aids educators that say this to people man...i'm jut listening to the official findings to be safe man-sorry, but i respectfully disagree with you on this & unprotected oral, let's leave it at that. He can decide for himself, either way...
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186166 tn?1385259382
WHY DO MEN THINK WITH THEIR PENISES?
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186166 tn?1385259382
LOLOLOL...YOU GUYS DONT NEED US...YOU PLAY WITH THEM ENOUGH BY YOURSELF
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You'd have to have a penis to know my friend...lol..the penis is like the devil sitting on your shoulder in those Tom & Jerry Cartoons Lizzie Lou.
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Let me know when you are going to start educating people on this forum.
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So i went back to the CDC & a few of the other major sites and they still say everything the same-dental damn -or- latex barriers need to be applied, ect, ect...so i'm still educated about how to protect myself & others...
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Post your question on the Drs. Forum Chapeau and see what they tell you.
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I respect the Dr.'s but they are just two individuals offering info for $'s, fine with me, but the other sources are national / international organizations, so i'll go with them on these things. Plus i learned this in school and again in college and it's still the same.
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Then why didn't you accept your 3 month conclusive test result. Never mind, you give out the false info and I'll correct it for the people.
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The CDC and all the other major organizations, lists only falsehoods then?Okay man...if that's what makes sense to you then go with it, i'll just keep doing what i've been doing on my end?
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I figured you would. I'll continue to give the correct information.
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The GU clinic I attended had dental dams to give away. I asked about the risk and they said it was more for STIs not HIV.
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