I had sex with a person who has several couples, it is known among my group of friends. She seems to be responsible , but i am worried. I gave oral sex to her after partying, i have been struggling with gengivitis for a couple of weeks. My gums sore but not always bleeding, they basically hurt bucause i keep making preassure with my tongue and constantly picking on them...nevertheless, i am worried i could have been exposed to HIV and the degree of risk i am currently at. I know this girl liked to have sugar daddys and that typ of stuff before, some of us suspected her to be a high class escort or something like that, just as a reference of her lifestyle.
Hi, sorry for my bad English but I needed to solve a question about HIV. Last Sunday (two days ago) I had sex with another guy. We are both LGBT. There was no penetration at all. I gave him oral sex with a condom. However, I worry that on Monday I woke up with a terrible infection in the urinary tract and today Tuesday at dawn (South America time) I feel a lot of discomfort like decay or something like that, even a little sore throat. The activity in particular is the following: he and I rubbbed a couple of times the penises. Specifically in glans I had lot of precum. He had very little of his, according to this, could I be at risk of HIV, I mean by the rubbing of glans. Ive found different points of view in internet I would like that you as experts could anwer me. I almost foget it. In some moment he masturbate me using a bit of his saliva.
Thanks for reading me and excuse me english is my second language
Few days ago I had a protected sex with a woman she probably takes drugs. It was protected insertive sex and inserted protected oral sex, I was little bit drunk but I'm not sure if the condom was applied properly but as long as remember was on all the time and did not slip or broke. Also I did a bit of fingering so is it possible to transmit HIV or any other STIs? Thank for answer
thanks for your engagement and help, regarding insecure individuals in this regard - just like me. I slept with a Girl twice (protected), received oral (no visible blood), handjob (doubt there were vaginal fluids on her hands) and there was some unprotected contact between my penis and her vagina (no penetration, but rubbing of the top of my penis against her vagina). Do any of these actions require testing/pose a risk? Especially the latter?
I really appreciate your feedback. Thanks!
so about a month ago i hooked up with another guy. we mainly just kissed, and his penis was in my mouth but there was no cum that i recall that i had in my mouth. when he cummed it got on the skin on my leg, but i saw no cuts on any kind on it. my question is this a risk at all with cum on the skin with cuts?
7 months ago, I had two one night stands with two different girls( a bout a month apart) while I was in Texas. Now I'm worried that I might have HIV. I don't recall cuts on my penis and both gave me a blowjob and I only fingered them. I already had a test done two months ago and it reads that I'm HIV negative but it also said that the reason that it read negative was that it was too soon( 6 months was recommended). I feel fine except for this Streep throat that has reoccurred twice in the past three months and severe anxiety as the result of my fear. Could reoccurring Streep throat be an indicator of HIV infection? Do I need to go back and get tested to put this to rest?
Thank you for all of these useful information in regards of STDs. I have a query that is eating me alive. I am hypochondriac, so you can imagine how stressful it is. I had one night stand with a man with unknown status. We were kissing passionately for about 20-30 seconds, and I noticed that he had bleeding gums. We stopped the kissing and I spit on the tissue to check if I have it as well, luckily I did not have it at that very moment. Right after that I examine my mouth and gums and I noticed that my gums started to bleed as well - not excessive amount, just around one teeth, that I rinsed and bleeding disappeared right away. We did not kiss any more, however I received rim job after that (at the time of rimming, his gums were not bleeding any more). I would really appreciate If you can tell how big this risk of transmission is. Thank you a lot for your time and effort to help us.
Hello, I have done something I never thought I would do and gave oral sex to another gentleman. He swears he is clean and has nothing that could have been transmitted to me, but this is sort of his lifestyle, not mine ever again. Too worrisome to let it lay. I am married, shame on me I know. My wife is out of town and comes back this weekend. I gave him oral sex for about 3-5 minutes it seemed and then freaked out and left. He never ejaculated. Now I am killing myself inside with guilt that I could have gotten the HIV virus and don't want to give it to my wife. Words of wisdom and advise?
hello ..im jay from india..i received blowjob(without condom) for 15min from unknown women..kissing around 10mins..i didnt participate other than this...i dnt have any cuts or sores on my penis ..i didnt notice she is having cuts or sores in her mouth..im i hiv free im feeling stressed..testing is needed or not...
What is the risk of transmission for the following scenarios:
1.) Get root canal on upper back tooth (next to the wisdom tooth). Dentist comments that the gums have taken a beating and to not eat on that side for a while. When a tissue is pressed against the tooth, a little blood stain is there. Later that evening, kissed someone with unknown status. No deep kissing, but not completely closed mouth either. The regular type kissing where the mouth opens a little bit.
2.) Receive oral sex (male receiving oral from female). Later that night, notice small reddish stain on underwear (which was near the oral sex) about the size of a small paperclip, but can't tell if it's blood or lipstick/makeup.
3.) Receive oral sex. Don't notice blood, but the oral sex is very deep and done passionately.
4.) Have two big canker sores inside mouth under the tongue. Deep kiss with someone with lots of tongue involved. Usually canker sores may be consider negligible risk, but what if they are two bigger ones?