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Cuando darlando sexo oral tu tiene la protecion muy efectivo de tu saliva. Tu saliva tiene mas que doce elementos y proteinas cuales son muy effectivo contra el VIH, el riesgo es mas teorica que es verdadero

Así que no veo razón para realizar el test, a menos que hayas tenido otros encuentros sexuales que no hayas mencionado aquí

Relájate, adelante con su vida.
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Buenas tardes, el día de antier le realicé sexo oral a otro chico no hubo eyaculación y la penetración fue con condón, sin embargo me preocupa mucho que yo tenía la garganta irritada y hoy el doctor me dijo que está inflamada y con pequeñas úlceras, estuve en riesgo? Debería realizarme una prueba?
Cabe recalcar que estoy dentro del estudio clínico de Mosaico por lo cual no realizan pruebas de anticuerpos pero me pueden brindar el PEP, agradezco su respuesta de antemano
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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Risk? Massage
« Last post by Jim Allen on Today at 03:36:20 pm »
Yeah, this event was no HIV risk and hence no need to test for HIV over this event as it was no exposure.

Relax, move on with your life, use condoms for any intercourse, consider PrEP as an additional layer of HIV prevention and remember to test out of standard routine at least yearly for STI's and HIV.

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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Risk? Massage
« Last post by Lucero_villar on Today at 03:29:08 pm »
So you don't need to test for hiv, right? can I be calm and forget about it? Thanks Jim for your patience. God multiply you with thousands of blessings.
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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Risk? Massage
« Last post by Jim Allen on Today at 02:51:59 pm »
You already asked this question, except you added it being very deep.

1st post:
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If he had precum and semen on his fingers, when he inserted his fingers into the vagina, he introduced the semen into me, could he give me HIV?

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Suppose that the man had precum and semen on his fingers and after a few seconds he put his fingers inside the vagina, very deep, can he infect you with HIV?

The answer remains the same, zero HIV risk.

To be clear I read your post three times, being fingered isn't an HIV risk, nothing you mentioned changes that and you will not be the first person after nearly 40 years of this pandemic and 80 million cases to acquire HIV this way as it simply lacks all the conditions needed to acquire HIV.

Now, although it's no HIV risk whatsoever, it's a low risk for pregnancy if seminal fluid was on their fingers and other easier to acquire (transmit) STI's. I don't see a reason to panic about it though.
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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Risk? Massage
« Last post by Lucero_villar on Today at 02:41:42 pm »
ok there is 0 risk. Suppose that the man had precum and semen on his fingers and after a few seconds he put his fingers inside the vagina, very deep, can he infect you with HIV? Thanks for answering my questions.
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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Risk? Massage
« Last post by Jim Allen on Today at 02:27:54 pm »
Hiya,

What you posted here is zero HIV risk.

Move on with your life.

Here's what you need to know to avoid HIV infection:
Use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, correctly and consistently, every time, no exceptions. Consider talking to your healthcare provider about taking PrEP as an additional layer of HIV protection

Keep in mind that some sexual practices described as ‘safe’ in terms of HIV might still pose a risk for transmission of other STI's, so please do get tested regularly and at least yearly for STI's including but not limited to HIV and test more frequently if unprotected intercourse occurs

Also, note that it is possible to have an STI and show no signs or symptoms and, the only way of knowing is by testing.

Kind regards

Jim

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Do I Have HIV? / Risk? Massage
« Last post by Lucero_villar on Today at 02:23:13 pm »
Hello, I'm a woman. I always like to go to the sauna. On Tuesday night I went to the sauna and it occurred to me to call a masseur. They sent a male masseur. He began to massage me and began to touch my vagina and clitoris. I told him that I had asked for a conventional massage, that I did not want an erotic massage. I saw that he was touching his penis. I do not know his serostatus, suppose he is hiv positive. The questions are as follows: 1. If he had precum and semen on his fingers, when he caressed my vagina and clitoris, could I have been infected with HIV? 2. If he had precum and semen on his fingers, when he inserted his fingers into the vagina, he introduced the semen into me, could he give me HIV? At no point did he put his penis in my vagina, I just went for a massage. I am terrified, I am afraid to be sick. Do I need a test to rule out hiv?
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Living With HIV / Re: U=U campaign - does it change anything?
« Last post by TabooPrincess on Today at 01:31:59 pm »
I would say it’s not even properly known in hiv circles to be honest (UK)
I had a situation recently and asked my clinic for advice and was told it was ‘minimal risk’ rather than ‘no risk’. This from the supposed experts.
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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Unprotected oral and symptoms
« Last post by Jim Allen on Today at 11:58:24 am »
You already had your thread locked on another site by their moderator for good reasons and now you are here asking me the same questions posting all over our site except for where you should be posting.  >:(
 
Enjoy a 30-day ban and let me be clear,.   your left arm and right testicle could fall off, it's not going to change that you had no HIV exposure whatsoever from just getting your penis sucked

Move on with your life, use condoms for any intercourse, consider talking to your healthcare provider about PrEP as an additional layer of HIV prevention and test out of standard routine at least yealry for HIV & STI's.

The only thing I could add is if you post about this no HIV risk situation again it's going to lead to another ban.

I'm not going to entertain your fantasy.

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