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Is it possibble to acquire HIV/AIDS in just a single sex or one night stand?


is it possible to have aids in a single contact with your partner where you got infected with chlamydia or gonorrhea?
is it curable at the first stage?

You don't acquire aids after sex. There is a lot of misconception with the general public when it comes to HIV and AIDS. AIDS isn't specific, it can be caused by a fungi or even a harmless bacteria cell that your body can't eliminate because of a severely weakened immune system.

Yes, you can acquire this horrendous virus from a one night stand, but realistically, assuming you did not use a condom, your chances of being infected with this virus is 0.0005%. That is if you had insertive penil-vaginal intercourse. So you can see many people don't get HIV from one encounter. However, having sexually transmitted diseases, as you stated, increase the chances because of tears in the skin. This virus often enters many people's blood stream but is destroyed. However, in very few cases, the HIV virus over takes your immune system. Also, needle sharing and anal sex increase your chances slightly.

I once heard a doctor on T.V., who has worked at an STD clinic for thirty years, state he has never had a patient acquire HIV through strictly heterosexual contact. Honestly, I wouldn't be worried from one encounter. Take a big, deap sigh of relief!

The majority of people who get HIV have flu like symptoms 2-4 weeks after. And being treated during the acute stage can add on a large amount of years to your life. Best of luck.

Yes, you can get multiple STDs including HIV/AIDS in a single sexual encounter.People with Chlamydia often also Gonnorhea.A person with Chlamydia runs a bigger risk of contracting HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Unfortunately HIV is not curable at all, though symptoms may not start showing for about 10 years. However, an infected person may not get an accurate test for HIV antibodies until 6 months after exposure. And that person would be infectious to other people pretty much from the start.

If you suspect you may have been exposed to Chlamydia or Gonorrhea, get tested immediately. Tell the doctor you also want an HIV test at 3 months (not as accurate) and at 6 months. Do NOT have sex with anyone for 6 months. It's irresponsible and increasingly people who know or suspect they are HIV positive are ending up in court as if they didn't have enough to worry about. Condoms will "reduce" not eliminate the risk of passing on HIV.


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While the answer is YES it is possible the reality of it is vary rare. One if this was a one time happening your risk is very limited even if your partner was infected. On that note heterosexual sex it is very rare as well to cath it if it is a one night fling. Overall you can get all the diseases at one time but it is unlikely. I would get checked for chlamydia or gonorrhea at 1 week then get an HIV test to put your mind at east at 4 weeks 3 months and 6 months....I think your ok with the HIV but the other stds you are at risk....please get checked

Because it is a virus, an HIV infection is not curable at any stage. Yes, you can get HIV from having unprotected sex with an HIV+ person just one time. However, its possible that you may not as well (it is not a guarantee). Its also possible to contract more than one STD from one sexual encounter. If a woman has or has had Chlamydia, she is 5 times more likely to contract HIV if exposed, so that is something to consider. The good news, though, is that both Chlamydia and Gonnorhea, being bacterial infections, are easily curable with antibiotics.

If you think you may have been exposed to HIV, then it would be a good idea to get tested. Its important though that you realize that you must wait 3-6 months after the possible time of exposure to receive an accurate postive test result. So any negative test results you receive before that window may be false. The bottom line is wait 3-6 months to be tested for HIV, but go ahead and get tested fot other STDs right away if you had unprotected sex and think you may have been exposed to something.

Another thing to remember: all of the STDs you've listed may not exhibit any symptoms and most of the time they don't, so if things seem normal, don't take it as a sign that you are in the clear. It is still important to get tested. Also, do not have unprotected sex with someone who you are not positive is clean (and being positive means your parnter has been tested and you have proof). It's best to avoid sexualy contact if you think you have an STD, but if this is not the case, then use protection CORRECTLY and EFFICIENTLY eveytime. There are 10 steps to using a condom, and I don't mind explaining them if I have to! : )

Yes, one sex act is all it takes to get a sexually transmitted disease.

Yes, you can get HIV at the same time as other diseases. This is not a one-to-a-customer situation.

No, HIV is not curable at the first stage. It can be managed, but it can not be cured.

Having unprotected sex puts you at risk for a lot of diseases, including HIV. Getting infected with chlamydia or gonorrhea doesn't mean that you have AIDS, but you do need to get treated for those diseases as soon as possible. Use condoms and get tested... never trust someone with your life, there is no harm in knowing.

HIV/AIDS can be transferred with minimal sexual contact, in only one encounter, and is not curable. The other STD's you mentioned can also be gotten this quickly, but are easily treatable if you seek immediate medical attention. Your best defense is a condom EVERY TIME!!!!

one night stands are the worse.. why?

you don't have any kind of information on the person nevertheless a name.. atleast if u knew the person and they infected u with HIV, you can report it to the police.. otherwise,

u are stuck with no name, no info, and maybe a STD.. never ever even risk ur life for a one night stand..

If that person you had sex with for one night had it, then you have it. You see you don't know who that person has had sex with, and when it comes to HIV and STD's you are also having sex with everyone else he had sex with. There is currently no cure to HIV/AIDS.

You can get it in a single contact, and it isn't curable at any stage. It is treatable but not curable.

Of course it's possible to be infected just after 1 time.

And no, it's not curable.

AIDS/HIV is incurable. The other STD's are except herpes

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