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Old 05-04-2012, 06:16 AM   #1
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Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Hi I was wondering if you could catch HIV from someone ejaculating onto my penis and then performing masturbation on me. Semen not used as lube but some was on foreskin going back and forth. Can it be absorbed under the delicate foreskin area? I dont have any cuts on my penis, the only concearn is that i have a shaving rash (red dots from hair folicles) in my pubic area. Whats my risk factor? I doubt the person has HIV but just in case i would like to know the risk. I seem to have developed a stubborn cold, exposure was 1 week ago today. Many Thanks

 
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Hiya. HIV is not passed on out side the body and your rash would not be a concern so overall you didn't have a risk of HIV. Your cold is just that a cold so don't worry.
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

No, HIV is not transmitted, sexually, outside the confines of the human body, which is the only place it remains infectious. Once exposed to air HIV becomes non viable (non infectious) and will posse zero risk of an infection. It is not transmitted by hand to genital contact, regardless of the circumstances.

Your risk factor was zero; you do not have an HIV concern here. You were told this in your last thread that you started which was also about a zero risk exposure.

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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Ok thanks I was just getting concerned as it was a week ago today and iv had this horrible lingering cold, tiredness ect and went to the docs and he diagnosed the dots as Pityraisis Rosea.

 
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

No worrys mate. Have a great wknd
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Yea il try to move on I just worry as I don't really ever get ill and I'm here with a cold and sinus pain of a week. And also Pityraisis Rosea, iv also have a bit of a night sweat, you really don't think I need to be concerned? I appreciate your responses.

 
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Buddy, you did exactly the same in your last zero risk exposure thread. You listed symptom after symptom and were told time and time again that HIV is never diagnosed this way. Have you not learnt a thing from the last time? Are you now just willfully ignoring all the advice you has already been given?

Will you please reread your previous thread. All the advice you need is there.

Last response from me because HIV obsession threads are not allowed on this board, it is against forum rules. This board is strictly about HIV prevention and is Q and A only. You really cannot be offered anything else here that you have not already been offered many times over.

You were not at a risk of HIV.

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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Fair enough thanks for the advice, it's appreciated I will put it out of my head.

 
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

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Yea il try to move on I just worry as I don't really ever get ill and I'm here with a cold and sinus pain of a week. And also Pityraisis Rosea, iv also have a bit of a night sweat, you really don't think I need to be concerned? I appreciate your responses.
Ok you concern comes from feeling ill and your linking that to HIV. Ok, well even if HIV was passed on this way you would NOT have any symptoms this soon, its just impossible, so that proves you symptoms cannot be HIV related. Also your sinus symptoms would never be from HIV it does not effect your body in that way, so again although your having symptoms they do not resemble HIV.
It does sound like you have the flu, far more common and easyer to catch do you agree?

Finally as we said HIV has never been passed on in this manner ever, so if i was in your shoes would i take a HIV test, no mate i wouldnt and you dont need to either.

Relax you have nothing more than a cold or flu. Take a whiskey with boiling water with lemon and honey and you will feel a bit better for sure
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Yea it does make sense now you guys put it like that. Can I just ask one last question? I just want to know why alot of sources say it can be absorbed through the mucous membrane of the penis. Don't get me wrong I now believe what you guys are telling me anschhank you for putting my mind at ease, I was just wondering why certain sources maintain this. Thanks

 
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

Yes that is true, but ONLY if your penis is inside the anus or Vagina. HIV cannot survive outside the body, so transmission only occurs in certain enviroments or conditions. Also the reason why this happens is because of the friction of sex. So as your thursting you rub and expose them, so thats really when they are exposed. Even if somone had HIV and you had sex the chances are that you would not get HIV, it really is that hard to pass on but saying that always use a condom because it can indeed be passed on a "one" time exposure.

I hope that makes sence and helps mate
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

In fact for the information of others i will go into detail. Their are 4 areas of the MM.

The arse
The foreskin and head of the penis
The urethra ( where you wee )
The mouth and throat

the mouth is not a concern as salvia will kill the the virus and to have any concern you would need to have a major cut in their to the point blood would be pouring out, so that leaves 3.

Of the four mucous membranes that can allow HIV to enter the bloodstream, the mucous membrane in the bottom provides the most effective route for HIV transmission. This is because the mucous membrane in the bottom is designed to absorb liquids directly into the bloodstream. It is therefore extremely efficient at absorbing HIV. This why anal sex is the high risk area and why gay men are at more risk. The mucous membrane on the head of the penis of circumcised men hardens. This provides some protection when it is exposed to HIV-infected fluids. However, it is still a possible route of HIV transmission. Also the pee hole is natural area for vaginal fluids to enter.

So take in mind all these are internal and can only take place inside the body and thats why your not at risk. I hope this makes more sence?

Ps sorry for any spelling mistakes i have a migraine
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

It does, thanks for your patience and reply. I understand much better now! Thanks again.

 
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

No worry mate , glad it helped
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Re: Low risk exposure, need advice please.

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Apollo123 you siad,''So take in mind all these are internal and can only take place inside the body and thats why your not at risk.'' Does that means only penetrative sex?
Correct, only penetrative unprotected sex is a risk
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