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Blowjob with a small non-bleeding cut.
« en: Mayo 13, 2022, 12:03:48 pm »
Hi All,

I am a 25 year old male from New Delhi, India. A few days back I made a rash and impulsive decision to visit a CSW. She was from Kenya and seemed very educated, talking and texting fluently in English. I know it does not matter but I wonder if an educated person would leave HIV untreated......yes I am judging she is educated since she learnt a second language. Sorry, these are just my inner ramblings.

Anyway, it was my first time with a CSW. She started giving me a blowjob as I could not get hard. Unprotected blowjob. I then proceed to have protected vaginal intercourse with her. I noticed that there was a cut on my shaft. The cut was definitely a day or 2 old since I could feel some discomfort but it was not visible, very small. The cut was on my circumcision scar line so it was well covered by the condom. Also, it was not a fresh cut. There was no bleeding from the cut at all. There was this pinkish skin, my doctor called it was deep till the muscle which is strange as there was no blood in the cut. I was horrified.

It had been 82 hours post exposure and my doctor put me on PEP, a very heavy dose I might say. Three meds. He said since it has been more than 72 hours you need to take more meds.... It is been literally hell for the past week and I am regretting a lot of things- Why I went to the CSW? Why did not I search about HIV after the incident?

I wanted to know your opinion on this situation, how much danger am I in? Please give me your assessment. What would you do in my situation? Also, when should I test after PEP. To make a more accurate assessment, I am posting a link which would redirect you to the photo of my penis (NSFW, obv). Thank you all!!

Due to image quality, the cut is a little light.
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Re: Blowjob with a small non-bleeding cut.
« Respuesta #1 en: Mayo 13, 2022, 01:00:54 pm »
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It had been 82 hours post exposure and my doctor put me on PEP, a very heavy dose I might say. Three meds. He said since it has been more than 72 hours you need to take more meds.

Three meds combination is standard for PEP within 72 hours as that's the window it's been tested for although most places don't give it anymore 48 hours post potential exposure. And before you ask adding a 4th HIV med would not alter this timeframe.

Three meds combination is also still the standard for HIV treatment as well, although, there are some two med combinations now available.

Heavy dose, more meds, 82 hours... nonsense  ::)

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I wonder if an educated person would leave HIV untreated......yes I am judging she is educated since she learnt a second language.

The answer is millions of people don't have access to HIV medication globally.   There are also people who don't by choice or have complex medical needs which means they can't start ART sooner.

Until recently, it was also the norm not to start treatment early. The START study was the breakthrough in 2005, indicating that treatment sooner than later was better, although many nations & doctors like Ireland to name one took over a decade to adjust and some are still not there. 

In addition, access to HIV care & testing can be an issue for people regardless of education or the number of languages they speak. In many regions of the world, I will use the EU as an example where most people are still diagnosed late, with a good portion classed as very late (AIDS), meaning they had HIV untreated unbeknownst to them for years.

I manage five languages. My HIV was untreated HIV ten+ years before starting treatment. 

Care to come and judge me?

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Anyway, it was my first time with a CSW. She started giving me a blowjob as I could not get hard. Unprotected blowjob. I then proceed to have protected vaginal intercourse with her. I noticed that there was a cut on my shaft. The cut was definitely a day or 2 old since I could feel some discomfort but it was not visible, very small. The cut was on my circumcision scar line so it was well covered by the condom. Also, it was not a fresh cut. There was no bleeding from the cut at all. There was this pinkish skin, my doctor called it was deep till the muscle which is strange as there was no blood in the cut. I was horrified.

It had been 82 hours post exposure and my doctor put me on PEP, a very heavy dose I might say. Three meds. He said since it has been more than 72 hours you need to take more meds.... It is been literally hell for the past week and I am regretting a lot of things- Why I went to the CSW? Why did not I search about HIV after the incident?

I wanted to know your opinion on this situation, how much danger am I in? Please give me your assessment. What would you do in my situation? Also, when should I test after PEP. To make a more accurate assessment, I am posting a link which would redirect you to the photo of my penis (NSFW, obv). Thank you all!!

Long story short, you received a blowjob and had insertive vaginal intercourse using a condom.

Receiving a blowjob lacks the conditions required for acquiring HIV, the cut made zero difference and thus it makes sense that after nearly 40 years of this pandemic in terms of BJ's, there hasn't been a single documented case of HIV transmission to an insertive partner (the person being "sucked"), and you will not be the worlds first.

As for the intercourse, HIV can't transmit through an intact latex or polyurethane condom. Unless a condom obviously fails during intercourse, there is no reason to be stressing or testing for HIV outside of the standard yearly routine.

So, I see no reason to test outside of standard yearly screening let alone for PEP. If what you posted was your only sexual activity and encounter then move on with your life.

Here's what you need to know:
Use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse correctly and consistently, with no exceptions. Consider talking to your healthcare provider about PrEP as an additional layer of protection against HIV

Keep in mind that some sexual practices which may be described as safe in terms of acquiring HIV might still pose a risk for other STIs. So please do get tested at least yearly for STIs including but not limited to HIV, and more frequently if condomless intercourse occurs.

Also, note that it is possible to have an STI and show no signs or symptoms, and the only way of knowing is by testing.

Kind regards

Jim

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« Respuesta #2 en: Mayo 13, 2022, 01:04:24 pm »
P.S

As a note, I removed the picture. Saw it and don't need it further.
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« Respuesta #3 en: Mayo 13, 2022, 01:40:12 pm »
Thanks Jim! I did not know that about HIV treatment.

Thanks for letting me know that BJ is not a suitable condition for virus to transmit.

Still for the sake of my own sanity, I will get tested at 2 months from the date of exposure and will post my results.

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« Respuesta #4 en: Mayo 13, 2022, 02:16:08 pm »
Hiya,

You're welcome, please don't post your results.

The reason is not posting is a negative result and I'm not going to entertain that what you posted warrants testing outside of routine, it would be a disservice and besides any results will be non-reactive unless something you have had other activities not mentioned here.  ;)

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« Respuesta #5 en: Mayo 13, 2022, 02:28:39 pm »
Hi,

No, this is all that happened. No reason for me to hide anything here. Yeah, what you are saying is true, it would be a disservice to your assessment. Anyways, thanks. I will stop thinking about it now.

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« Respuesta #6 en: Mayo 13, 2022, 03:20:40 pm »
You're welcome.

I'm not concerned about the assessment. That's solid.

I mean that it would be a disservice to you and the community if I pretended what you posted so far warrants testing outside of standard yearly screening.

Take it easy, Jim.
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