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Author Topic: One night stand  (Read 1794 times)

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Offline keithzz

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One night stand
« on: February 27, 2012, 05:22:03 PM »
Hi,

2 days ago I got a sore/bruise on my penis from masturbation that is red and you can tell it is caused by rubbing since skin was a bit white on that patch and harsh when touched.
Last night i had a one night stand with a women that I knew later on might be HIV+.
Anyways, when I had the one night stand I did wear a condom during the entire intercourse then I fingered her a lot. Later on I noticed that her cum on my white sheets is a bit redish (she said she doens't have her period), so there was abit of blood while i fingered her, but I saw no blood at all on my hand.
After that she took my condom off and gave me a 30 sec blow job and then i remember touching my penis a bit with the same hand that was in her vagina few minutes before. After those 30 seconds I got worried so i went to wash off my penis and that was the end of it.
Should i be worried??

PLEase answer me im sooo worried here.. 

Thank you!!

Offline Matty the Damned

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Re: One night stand
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2012, 05:55:45 PM »
Hi,

2 days ago I got a sore/bruise on my penis from masturbation that is red and you can tell it is caused by rubbing since skin was a bit white on that patch and harsh when touched.
Last night i had a one night stand with a women that I knew later on might be HIV+.
Anyways, when I had the one night stand I did wear a condom during the entire intercourse then I fingered her a lot. Later on I noticed that her cum on my white sheets is a bit redish (she said she doens't have her period), so there was abit of blood while i fingered her, but I saw no blood at all on my hand.
After that she took my condom off and gave me a 30 sec blow job and then i remember touching my penis a bit with the same hand that was in her vagina few minutes before. After those 30 seconds I got worried so i went to wash off my penis and that was the end of it.
Should i be worried??

PLEase answer me im sooo worried here.. 

Thank you!!

Keith,

I understand why you're concerned but you really don't need to be, at least in terms of HIV.

HIV is a fragile virus, it is transmitted in very particular ways. Those ways are:

Unprotected vaginal and anal sex;
Sharing contaminated injecting equipment such as needles and syringes;
In some cases from HIV positive mother to her unborn or nursing infant.

HIV is not transmitted via mutual masturbation, fingering or getting blowjobs. It doesn't matter that vaginal fluids (or even menstrual blood) may have come in contact with your penis.

You were not at risk of infection from this encounter and you do not need to be tested for HIV as a result of this specific incident.

Given that you are sexually active you should be having a full sexual health screening at least once a year. Twice is better. If it's been a while since your last screening or if you've not had one before, you should visit your doctor or local clinic.

Please take the time to read our Welcome Thread. It contains links to our lessons on HIV transmission.

Regards,

MtD

Offline keithzz

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Re: One night stand
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2012, 01:12:35 AM »
Thank you for your reply.
I have also read the welcome notes.

Just to confirm even if my penis was bruised (it is still bruised) and I touch it with the same hand that touched HIV transmission is improbable?

Thanks.

Offline Matty the Damned

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Re: One night stand
« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2012, 01:17:34 AM »
Thank you for your reply.
I have also read the welcome notes.

Just to confirm even if my penis was bruised (it is still bruised) and I touch it with the same hand that touched HIV transmission is improbable?

Thanks.

I took into account the masturbation related abrasion you reported when I posted my earlier reply.

Like I said, HIV is fragile and particular about how it's transmitted. Those sorts of abrasions/sores simply do not offer a suitable place of entry for the virus. I know this seems hard to believe but it is true.

As I said, I don't see any risk for HIV transmission from the sexual encounter you're telling us about.

MtD

 


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