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Author Topic: Bleeding during sex  (Read 2501 times)

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Offline RP61181

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Bleeding during sex
« on: June 05, 2016, 09:45:04 pm »
Let me start this off by saying I have not had sex in a VERY LONG time and am not very experienced sexually.  With that being said, recently I had sex with someone.  We have been friends for 15 years and he has known about my status for about 2 years.  I had told him when things looked like we might get into a relationship, but that never worked out, so we remain friends.  He was very understanding and had no problem with my status.  When we had sex, when he entered I started bleeding.  He was wearing a condom and took it off using a tissue, but was of course worried.  He showered immediately and I cleaned everything up.  My viral load is undetectable and my CD4 is 700.  In my head I know the risk for transmission is extremely low, but I would like to hear other's thoughts on it.  Thank you.

Offline heretolearn

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Re: Bleeding during sex
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2016, 01:41:49 am »
I wouldn't worry about it since he had a condom on. My husband had so much of my blood on him for over a year before we found out I am positive and he never caught it but you're undetectable so you know it's nothing to worry about.
12/16/15- Dx&Pregnant
12/21/15- Cd4- 39% 902 Vl- 700
1/4/16- started Complera
1/25/16- Vl- 30
2/22/16- Vl- UD
3/14/16- Cd4- 42% 952 Vl- UD
6/16- cd4- 1218 vl- ud

Offline RP61181

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Re: Bleeding during sex
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2016, 06:21:21 pm »
Thank you.  I knew that, but needed to hear it from someone else. 


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