This indicates the low viral content and we can assume that the same timelines for blood apply to semen if not less. A month ago I engaged in mutual masturbation with another male I wore a condom; my partner did not. STD , HIV , Infectious Disease , Genitourinary Medicine. Please respond as I am so worried as I have a baby. I suppose one of these days I should read the posting rules Some Canadian provinces use 14 weeks.
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Being fingered is NOT a risk for hiv infection, regardless of any small cuts etc he may have had on his hands. It was about 15 minutes between us buying the bread and him eating it. Then it'll be a matter of deciding to end it or go forward. You need to be using condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, every time, no exceptions until such time as you are in a securely monogamous relationship where you have both tested for ALL sexually transmitted infections together. Ann Administrator Member Posts:
It may have been superseded by more recent developments. What Customers are Saying: Hiv from popping my pimple please read Submitted by Anonymous not verified on Tuesday, December 4th. Jose Gonzalez-Garcia answers this commonly-asked question. Views from doctors and patients 01 May
My inquiry is purely technical, has no practical implications and simply fell under the heading of intellectual curiosity. Favour June 16, Thank you; I'd appreciate your clarification of this not questioning your previous answer to me; just curious about the distinctions that now seem to exist between vaginal fluids' and semen's infectiousness. You will not get HIV in this manner. Dr Jonathan September 6, In summary I do not believe that you need to worry, and the only justification for you to get tested would be for your peace of mind. No, I doubt you have any risk of contracting HIV in this manner.