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HIV, in addition to infecting semen, can lurk in the lubricant released before ejaculation, according to two studies of 23 infected men.
"Many men believe oral sex without ejaculation is completely safe. That is clearly not the case based on the potential infectivity of this fluid," said Dr. Peter Schlegel, co-author of one of the investigations and associate professor of urology at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center.
The second study was done by investigators at Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Boston University's School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.
The two studies do not indicate the risk of getting HIV …