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Receing handjob makes my life miserable!
« on: May 13, 2019, 12:09:25 pm »
Dear Experts,

I have found your website from Google and I am very grateful to everyone here for their tireless effort.

Yesterday, I was myself involved in the incident that I will be regretted for the rest of my life.

I joined the beach party and some of guys had brought the call girls along with them. A girl seemed to be attracted to me and she kept making eyes with me. What happened in the end was that we found a private room and she offered me the full services but I refused. But I was so stupid to say yes to the handjob.
She gave me a very rough handjob and I could feel the pain in my penis. It lasted about 15 minutes and I did not ejaculated so she got a bit angry and the handjob became more violent. When she stopped, what I could see was that my foreskin was damaged and scratched. There was some bleeding. Maybe she used the finger with the ring to give the the handjob.

It was dim so that I could not see anything.When I got home, my penis started to get swollen and there was bleeding from the wound. Today, there was pus.

It makes me worried since I am afraid that she might have some open wounds. Before the party, we played volleyball on the beach for hours and her hands might be bleeding. And if she used the bleeding hand to give me the handjob, is this a risk of HIV? Since my penis ( the wound and the head of my penis) could have directly contacted with her open wounds on her hands.

Please help me. Never again! I am so stupid!

J.Tran




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Re: Receing handjob makes my life miserable!
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2019, 12:21:42 pm »
Hiya

I read your post fully three times, nothing you posted was a HIV risk and, neither are your "What ifs"

Relax, move on with your life

Here's what you need to know in order to avoid hiv infection:
You need to be using condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, every time, no exceptions. As you are sexually active, it is highly recommended that you get a full sexual health check-up / screening at least annually including but not limited to hiv testing.

Remember that some sexual practices which may be described as ‘safe’ in terms of HIV transmission might still pose a risk for transmission of other STI's. So please do get fully tested regularly for all STI's including HIV and more frequently if unprotected 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.

Finally use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, correctly and consistently, to avoid sexually transmitted hiv infection.

Kind regards

Jim

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Re: Receing handjob makes my life miserable!
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2019, 12:29:12 pm »
Dear Jim Allen,

Thank you very much for your quick answer.

My English is not my first language, so i do not understand this: nothing you posted was a HIV risk and, neither are your "What ifs"

Did you mean that even she has the bleeding wounds on her hands, there was still no risk,  right?

What making me confused is that the urethra hole with most receptive cells and my bleeding wounds could be the perfect path for HIV to enter my body. And you know there was only split second for the HIV from her hand to my penis. Is that HIV so fragile that it died immediately once it left her hands?

I have read from  your website and understand that if the girl slashed her hand then masturbate me then I was at risk, correct?

In my circumstances, what additional information needed to make you confirm that there was a risk?

Thank you!

J. Tran


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Re: Receing handjob makes my life miserable!
« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2019, 12:42:00 pm »
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what additional information needed to make you confirm that there was a risk?

Nothing as it was not a risk and nothing you add will change that.  ::) Stop looking for an issue that did not exist

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Did you mean that even she has the bleeding wounds on her hands, there was still no risk,  right?

What making me confused is that the urethra hole with most receptive cells and my bleeding wounds could be the perfect path for HIV to enter my body. And you know there was only split second for the HIV from her hand to my penis. Is that HIV so fragile that it died immediately once it left her hands?

I have read from  your website and understand that if the girl slashed her hand then masturbate me then I was at risk, correct?

Were you left covered (drenched) in her blood after the encounter?
Did she require urgent medical care and/or was bleeding to death?

I presume not simply because you mentioned she was busy for 15 mins servicing you and, you did not mention her passing out from blood loss, neither did you mention sirens from an ambulance or the cops arriving at the location.

Stop looking for an issue that you don't have, scrapes and boo boo's on hands is not how HIV is transmitted and hence nobody has ever been infected this way. Receptive cells is only about half of one condition out of 4 required for transmission and you met none.

Move on with your life, I mean it.

Jim

« Last Edit: May 13, 2019, 01:36:21 pm by Jim Allen »
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