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HIV and Oral
« on: November 21, 2012, 01:53:48 PM »
Hi

I am going to start with my own experience and try to be to the point!
Few weeks ago i meet with transvestite at the club, we ended up kissing a lot and i performed short (Brief oral) and she performed short oral without condom.
Unprotected oral lasted a min or two! Then we both used condoms for continued oral.I Tried anal with condom and have inserted her 2-3 times but it was painfull for her so i stoped! We continued protected oral until we ejaculated with condoms on!

Please reply on my risk.

Now, i have red all possible posts on Medhelp, thebody and now your forum.
Where medhelp's expert stance is very very low risk no need for testing.(1 IN 10000) I see you guys have the same stance.. thebody has more conservative approach, more like the CDC stance, where they assume that depending on mouth condition, viral load, and wheather ejaculation happened or not, most of their experts would recommend testing not just for piece of mind but for risk reasons as well!
I have red all of  the researches(Studies)available on the internet that have been done on oral sex and transmission of HIV . There is a lot of information and few studies done which some(not all) studies show this transmission in few people but no one is 100% sure of if all the candidates were trustworthy. Meaning they were not sure if candidated were lying about oral being they only exposure. Note here that all studies were done  HIV+ with HIV- partners.
Now it leaves me to conclusion
Oral sex definitely is not (easy) way for HIV virus to enter bloodstram! From expert to expert all of them agree it is possible but yet asking experts none did see confirmed case in their practice.Where some of them practice this kind of work for over 20 Years.
I am sure folowing  information will interest most of the readers here.
Medhelp forum exists for over 8 Years and they(experts) say after all these years
and thousands of postings where people are concerned with  oral sex and HIV transmission only one case has reported positive HIV from oral. Now this is just a report and it can not be reliable since there was no police there to assure this was the only exposure of the person claiming it  that happened just from Oral??
I think these forums are great thing on collecting the data and actually see how many people report positive test after such exposure? Did you see anyone report or you are still waiting for one?

Thanks again

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Re: HIV and Oral
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2012, 02:47:47 PM »
You were told that you didn't have a risk at all not low. And you will be told the same here.

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Re: HIV and Oral
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2012, 03:12:16 PM »
Thanks Rapidrod.

I see your stance is always no exposure. May i ask you why such firm answers?

Also would anyone else input from the board?

Thanks

 


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