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Estoy infectado? / Re: Duda infección VIH
« Last post by Hgpet13 on Yesterday at 05:57:14 PM »
Muchas gracias por la duda

Referente al roce del pene-ano, no hubo nada de penetracion. Mi duda va hacia la herida que le comente la cual no sangraba y tampoco hubo semen de por medio. Existe algún riesgo?

Gracias de antemano por la respuesta
Estoy infectado? / Re: preocupado
« Last post by fedemdq89 on Yesterday at 05:52:37 PM »
Está bien, yo eso lo entiendo. Pero sí el contagio por sangre tambien, que me haya provocado una herida en mi nalga, no me puede dejar expuesto a un riesgo de infeccion? Yo igual no le vi sangre ni que me haya lastimado con elementos, pero estaba de espalda....no vi bien sus manos.
Am I Infected? / Re: Unprotected Insertive Anal Sex
« Last post by Ptrk3 on Yesterday at 05:50:41 PM »
No one can possibly quantify how "worried" you should be.  However, the link below should help you put your risk into perspective:

Estoy infectado? / Re: preocupado
« Last post by Andy Velez on Yesterday at 05:42:27 PM »
Escuchame por favor, sexualmente solamente la copula vaginal y anal sin usando los condones son riesgos confirmados por el el VIH.

Si no hay penetracion sin un condon no hay riesgo. No es complicado.
Estoy infectado? / Re: Duda infección VIH
« Last post by Andy Velez on Yesterday at 05:40:01 PM »
Cualquier los detalles besando no es un riesgo por el VIH.

Si no hay penetracion sin un condon no tenia un riesgo.  Frotando cerca el ano con el pene no es un riesgo.  Penetracion es un riesgo y tiene que probar a 12 semanas por un resultado conclusivamente negativo.
Am I Infected? / Re: Unprotected Insertive Anal Sex
« Last post by worried905 on Yesterday at 05:39:23 PM »
How worried should I be?
Estoy infectado? / Duda infección VIH
« Last post by Hgpet13 on Yesterday at 05:11:14 PM »
Hola Andy, Buenas tardes, escribo desde la Ciudad de México. Tengo algunas dudas referente a si estuve expuesto a un contagio de VIH, estoy realmente preocupado

1. Es posible el contagio por besos profundos? tengo encías inflamadas y sangradas, además que me di cuenta que el otro chavo sangraba de la boca, porque percibí el sabor a hierro. Además en los besos me lastime la lengua sin sangrar pero me ardió durante tres días. Van 5 días desde la exposición y en enferme de la garganta

2. El chavo froto su pene en mi año sin penetracion y sin llegar a la eyaculacion por medio minuto aproximadamente. Hace tiempo tuve una herida en el glúteo pero ya está cicatrizada y cerrada.

Gracias y espero puedas responderme.

Okay, look cunnilingus see the fluid a woman produces when sexually excited comes from the Bartholin's glands, this is a lubricating fluid and does not have any more hiv present than other bodily secretions such as saliva, sweat or tears. Saliva, sweat and tears are not infectious fluids.   

HIV isn’t transmitted by hugging, shaking hands, sharing toilets, sharing dishes, kissing, through saliva, tears, or sweat and as for receiving a BJ is not a risk, end of story no "if's" about it.

So if she had or did not have chlaymdia does not make any difference. It does not change this assessment or play a part of the risk. If you already had an STI it could increase your risk if you took a risk such as unprotected intercourse, however you had no such risk.

If what you posted was your only concern you have no exposure at all and so need to specifically test for HIV, move on with your life and test as normal when next due.

Ok I get exactly what your saying Jim .. Yes she had throat chlaymdia but I tested negative for that so that's a good sign I think for not catching HIV through oral too.. If my test come back negative from the first test I took 5 days after exposure, do you think my next test will come back negative for HIV in 4 weeks? ONCE AGAIN THANKYOU YOU DO A GREAT JOB!

Now if she had another STI's it would just increase your risk of catching that STI.
It would in this case not change your HIV risk.

Look In brief the theory of STI "increasing" the odds of HIV transmission is if you have a preexisting STI causing lets say inflammation or open sores it might when you do take an already known risk, lets say unprotected intercourse increase the likelihood of HIV being transmitted to you. Anyhow I hope you see my point that if she had chlaymdia it does not make a "no risk situation" for HIV transmission into a risk.

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