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Author Topic: Re: HIV in Precum  (Read 1674 times)

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Offline dansil394

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Re: HIV in Precum
« on: November 18, 2012, 08:17:51 PM »

So I'm 19 years old and I hooked up with a 30 year old today. So we:
1. Made out almost the whole time
2. He gave me oral and there was a lot of saliva and I came in his mouth. I DID NOT give him any oral or place my mouth near his dick. I spit on it an stroked it.

I am very worried that I now have HIV because of this possible contact with precum. He licked his hand and began then stroking his penis while we kissed. And then he did it again so by him touching his penis with possible precum on it and then licking his hand again could I have gotten infected while kissing him?

He did not cum and he did not seem close. Just hard.

My question is: IS THERE ANY POSSIBLE EXPOSURE? He says he is not HIV positive but sometimes people do not know they're infected and it was a an internet hookup.


Is there any possible exposure in what I have described?

PLEASE HELP. SHOULD I GET TESTED?



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Re: Re: HIV in Precum
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2012, 08:42:46 PM »
So I'm 19 years old and I hooked up with a 30 year old today. So we:
1. Made out almost the whole time
2. He gave me oral and there was a lot of saliva and I came in his mouth. I DID NOT give him any oral or place my mouth near his dick. I spit on it an stroked it.

I am very worried that I now have HIV because of this possible contact with precum. He licked his hand and began then stroking his penis while we kissed. And then he did it again so by him touching his penis with possible precum on it and then licking his hand again could I have gotten infected while kissing him?

He did not cum and he did not seem close. Just hard.

My question is: IS THERE ANY POSSIBLE EXPOSURE? He says he is not HIV positive but sometimes people do not know they're infected and it was a an internet hookup.


Is there any possible exposure in what I have described?

PLEASE HELP. SHOULD I GET TESTED?
Please take time to read the "Welcome" thread at the top of the forum page.

Please do not post questions that you have about your own concerns in another person's thread. This is called thread hijacking and we do not encourage this practice.

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: HIV in Precum
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2012, 09:21:59 PM »
So I'm 19 years old and I hooked up with a 30 year old today. So we:
1. Made out almost the whole time
2. He gave me oral and there was a lot of saliva and I came in his mouth. I DID NOT give him any oral or place my mouth near his dick. I spit on it an stroked it.

I am very worried that I now have HIV because of this possible contact with precum. He licked his hand and began then stroking his penis while we kissed. And then he did it again so by him touching his penis with possible precum on it and then licking his hand again could I have gotten infected while kissing him?

He did not cum and he did not seem close. Just hard.

My question is: IS THERE ANY POSSIBLE EXPOSURE? He says he is not HIV positive but sometimes people do not know they're infected and it was a an internet hookup.


Is there any possible exposure in what I have described?

PLEASE HELP. SHOULD I GET TESTED?

I've separated your thread from that of the other member in which you posted it. The rule of the site is that members here are supposed to write only in their own thread. So this is the only place you should be posting.

Nothing you are reporting of your activities would put you at risk for HIV. The only confirmed risks for the sexual transmission of HIV are unprotected vaginal and anal intercourse. As long as condoms are used properly for those activities you will be well protected.

Getting a blowjob is absolutely no risk whatsoever for HIV. Nor are mutual masturbation, playing with precum or sperm, any form of kissing or frottage. It's all about unprotected intercourse when thinking of sexual risk.

There's no need for further concern on your part about HIV this time nor any need for testing.

Remember that you should always assume the other person is HIV+ whether they say so or not. And take the appropriate steps to protect your heatlh.
Andy Velez

 


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