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Just as it was mentioned before, there is no real immediate rush to go get tested for that one particular incident right now. A doctor will not be able to give you a true definitive test and answer. If you go take a test right now, it will possibly give you a false negative if you did in fact contract the virus because most test ask if it has been at least 90 days since your questionable contact. If you take the test now and if it comes back negative, that will only clear you of any of your sexual encounters which have occurred at least 90 days prior to your most recent incident. Also, once you take that first test, you will most likely be instructed that you will need to to do follow up tests every 3 months for a year.

So right now bodybuilda, you have to sit back and reflect on just how crazy it is to have unprotected sex with strangers for the next 90 days and promise to yourself that it totally is not worth 90 plus days of living in HORROR!

Relax. It is understandable that you are concerned, but I think the odds are very strongly against your having contracted HIV from this encounter. I also think it is impossible the marks on your penis were caused by HIV based on an encounter the day before.

HIV is spread by contact with bodily fluids. I don’t think saliva or urine carry the virus, so we’re talking mainly about blood and semen. Unless your penis was cut or you had an open sore, chances are very slim indeed that you were infected.

Nevertheless, I think the advice you received above is good—get tested. Also, please try to educate yourself about the disease. If you’re having sex, you should know what you’re up against.


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Saliva carries the virus, I think, although in minute amounts. And supposedly contains something that knocks off the virus too, so the risk of having problems from, say, a blowjob are miniscule.


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Go and see a sexual health doctor, (Genito Urinary Medicine Clinic in the U.K.). It is no use telling you not to worry I know, and we all make mistakes (a hard cock has no conscience), but you should seek advice sooner rather than later, don’t wait for incubation times etc.

In the U.K. And I guess most places in the West, health workers, and rape victims etc are able to be put right on to a course of retro-viral for a month or so to minimise the risk of developing HIV. I see no reason why you should not try that route for yourself, maybe your “condom broke?”

They should not judge you for your behaviour. Perhaps someone in your neck of the woods can guide you on this, or make some phone calls to the local clinics etc.

Good luck.

There is an antiviral treatment available. Very effective if done within 72 hours of getting HIV.


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Originally Posted by ModestoMan

HIV is spread by contact with bodily fluids. I don’t think saliva or urine carry the virus, so we’re talking mainly about blood and semen. Unless your penis was cut or you had an open sore, chances are very slim indeed that you were infected.

False! The penis, the vagina, mouth ,and anus to be more specific, are open areas of the body, meaning you can have absolutely no cut on them and contract HIV, as long as there is direct penetration. Saliva and urine carry the virus, but not enough to infect another person with the virus, so if you get head from a girl that has HIV, chances are you are not gonna get it, but if you have the virus and she gives you head, chances are she is going to get it.
Chill out, do the right thing with the tests, restrain from sex for a while, I’m sure in the end this will just be a warning for you.
Next time use a condom, it feels better is not an excuse!


Wishing and hoping for the best - yup your doing it wrong.

Originally Posted by Thatcat
False! The penis, the vagina, mouth ,and anus to be more specific, are open areas of the body, meaning you can have absolutely no cut on them and contract HIV, as long as there is direct penetration. Saliva and urine carry the virus, but not enough to infect another person with the virus, so if you get head from a girl that has HIV, chances are you are not gonna get it, but if you have the virus and she gives you head, chances are she is going to get it.

It seems that the risks from oral sex is very slim. I cut this from Tivase’s article in the not covered elsewhere section.

Oral Sex and the Risk of HIV Transmission

Originally Posted by Tivase
In June 2002, a study conducted amongst 135 HIV-negative Spanish heterosexuals, who were in a sexual relationship with a person who was HIV-positive, reported that over 19,000 instances of unprotected oral sex had not lead to any cases of HIV transmission. The study also looked at contributing factors that could effect the potential transmission of HIV through oral sex. They monitored viral load and asked questions such as whether ejaculation in the mouth occurred and how good oral health was. Amongst HIV-positive men, 34 per cent had ejaculated into the mouths of their partners. Viral load levels were available for 60 people in the study, 10 per cent of whom had levels over 10,000 copies. Nearly 16 per cent of the HIV-positive people had CD4 counts below 200. The study, conducted over a ten year period between 1990 and 2000, adds to the growing number of studies which suggest varying levels of risk of HIV transmission from oral sex when compared to anal or vaginal intercourse.

At the 4th International Oral AIDS Conference held in South Africa, the risk of transmission through oral sex was estimated to be approximately 0.04 per cent per contact. This percentage figure is a lot lower than the two American figures, because this figure is a risk per contact percentage, whereas the other figures are percentage risks over much longer time periods. Oral sex is still regarded as a low-risk sexual activity in terms of HIV transmission, but only when more work is done will we be clearer as to the risks of oral sex.


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HIV antibodies do not show up in your bloodstream until several weeks after exposure. And the blood on your penis could have been from a vaginal tear during rough sex. A piece of fresh ass is not woRth my life. I have turned down several woman becuase I / She did not have a condom. As far as the rash goes this bitch may have been infected with all kinds of stuff. You better see a Doc now.

Some are reluctant to go to their doctor on something like this, if they even have a doctor. In the U.S., you might want to talk to a local Planned Parenthood clinic. Where I live, these clinics do a big business in STDs, much of which isn’t related to conception, etc., at all. Even gay men go there for these problems. It helps the clinics pay the bills.

If you think you may have been exposed, you can be tested for something like gonorrhea. But, these tests are not always completely reliable. So they generally prefer to just go ahead and treat you for gonorrhea and chlamydia, each of which involves a single-dose med, if they think it’s likely that you’ve been exposed to either. In fact, if you just tell them that you’ve been notified that a recent sexual partner has tested positive for gonorrhea, they will probably just treat you for both STDs and not bother with the tests. (That may vary in different states.)

You can usually get in to see them within a few days, and there’s nothing you can tell them that they haven’t heard many times before. The cost depends on your income, but the whole thing, including the meds, should be less than $200 if there are no tests done. You can even make up a fictional identity if you want, including SS number, but one or more of the meds they give you may be by prescription, which you’ll have to get filled somewhere else using that name and SS number.

But that still doesn’t cover syphilis or HIV, which you should ask them about. If there is no active lesion, then blood tests are used, but you have to make sure enough time has passed for the antibodies to show up. For HIV, most people will convert within 6 weeks, but some take longer. Three months is generally considered to cover virtually everybody. I don’t remember what it is for syphilis.

I hate wearing condoms, but you know, if you don’t use them at least for vaginal and anal sex with multiple partners, you’re just going to go through life constantly facing these problems, and potentially infecting others.

Well those of you saying not to get tested now and wait 90 or so days, I did mention I had this unprotected sex last September so that’s well over 3 months ago.

Basically to summarize it comes down to this, if she is indeed HIV Positive there is a much bigger chance that I may have contracted it due to the blood in her vagina.

Will get tested sometime next week or 2 weeks.
Wish me luck and remember guys like everyone says even though it doesn’t feel as good with condoms it’s much better than living in horror.

Also I asked this earlier as well, I know most of us know that if a male has vaginal intercourse with a female that is HIV Positive the odds of contracting HIV from her is 1 in 500. Anyone have a guesstimate in what my odds are say where let’s pretend that she may in fact be HIV Positive but instead her vagina was bleeding a bit unprotected sex.

How bad would the odds be, I am sure it’s worse somewhere like 1 in 250 or even worse?

The first thing that occurs to me is that the injury to your penis is likely to be from something physical, such as your hitting her IUD; there has been some discussion of this previously, that I’m sure you can find if you search for it.

Good Luck,

FF

Stop worrying about the odds bodybuilda; you are going to get tested so worrying doesn’t change a thing. I’ve been where you are now. I felt much better after getting the test results. :)

-There are many more diseases you need to worry about other than aids. You MUST get tested for your own good, and how could you possibly fuck anyone else in your life without knowing if you have something?

-The fact that she was bleeding could mean she was on her period, or damaged from the sex, as you said. It could also mean she had a disease and an internal lesion. Plus she was a ho, or she wouldn’t be fucking a complete stranger. I don’t know the chances of you having HIV, but the chances of you having some disease from this girl, are pretty high.

-I know soap is bad for your dick skin, but you did the right thing. My recommendation for next time would be to wash with soap, then wash with alcohol, then dip your dick in gasoline, then light it on fire, then rub out the fire using sandpaper. Good luck.


Horny Bastard

Originally Posted by mravg
-There are many more diseases you need to worry about other than aids. You MUST get tested for your own good, and how could you possibly fuck anyone else in your life without knowing if you have something?
-The fact that she was bleeding could mean she was on her period, or damaged from the sex, as you said. It could also mean she had a disease and an internal lesion. Plus she was a ho, or she wouldn’t be fucking a complete stranger. I don’t know the chances of you having HIV, but the chances of you having some disease from this girl, are pretty high.
-I know soap is bad for your dick skin, but you did the right thing. My recommendation for next time would be to wash with soap, then wash with alcohol, then dip your dick in gasoline, then light it on fire, then rub out the fire using sandpaper. Good luck.

Yes, you are right if she had some other STD I would definitely have it now. Honestly I’m not to concerned about the other STD’s right now as we all know that HIV is not curable so basically if I contracted that I would inevitably die in about 10 years or so. I tried researching but I just could not find out how much more dangerous it becomes when the vagina is bleeding.

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