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Are you sure anal sex for getting HIV infected for bottom's potentiality is 1%? Is sexual health clinic open minded?
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Are you sure anal sex for getting HIV infected for bottom's potentiality is 1%? Is sexual health clinic open minded?
If you are worried that you may have HIV you can go to a sexual health clinic. They will not judge you if you had anal sex or for any other reason you think you have HIV.
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If you are worried that you may have HIV you can go to a sexual health clinic. They will not judge you if you had anal sex or for any other reason you think you have HIV.
Really? HIV = usual?
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Really? HIV = usual?
Not really. But they've seem weirder

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Really? HIV = usual?
I'm sure they will have dealt with it before. Even if it isn't usual for them they still won't judge you. They have to be open minded towards you and your problems.
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Are you sure anal sex for getting HIV infected for bottom's potentiality is 1%?
I have said (repeatedly) that the exact risk varies according to a number of things, but if the top has HIV and they don't use condoms, it is about that, yes.

No more questions on this until you've read:

HIV transmission risk through anal intercourse: systematic review, meta-analysis and implications for HIV prevention. Int J Epidemiol 2010; 39(4): 1048–1063. DeGruttola V, Seage GR, 3rd, Mayer KH, et al.

Per-contact probability of HIV transmission in homosexual men in Sydney in the era of HAART. AIDS 2010; 24(6): 907–913.

.. which will give you more detail.

Is sexual health clinic open minded?
It should be.

(They are someone of unknown gender: they've said they're female, but then only interested in oral and anal sex - not vaginal - with gay and bisexual men whilst knowing gay scene slang. They're also not in the UK, although they said they had a very expensive education in a private school here. Despite that, their English is not very good...)
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