75 days ago, I met a ladyboy at a guesthouse. First, I pressed her breasts and nipples and I also sucked and licked her breasts and nipples. Second, I kissed her abdomen. Third, I rubbed my bare penis against her breasts and nipples. Last, I had rubbed my penis against her penis for 10 minutes ( note: while I was rubbing my penis against her penis, I was wearing my shorts and my underpants and she was wearing her panties only), and I noted that during this rubbing, her penis was not erect and I did not see any fluids on my shorts. And, she and I did not ejaculate .
Based on my activities, I would like to ask you several questions:
1 Can I be infected with HIV from my pressing her breasts and nipples and my sucking and licking her breasts and nipples?
2 Can I be infected with HIV from my kissing her abdomen?
3 Can I be infected with HIV from my rubbing my bare penis against her breasts and nipples because my penis's tip touched her breasts and nipples?
4 Can I be infected with HIV from my rubbing my penis against her penis, which is mentioned in the last activity? One more thing, if she leaked her pre-cum and/or semen on my shorts that I could not see, can I be infected with HIV because after this encounter I still wore my shorts to sleep for one night without my underpants?
Please answer my questions soon because I am really worried about this so much, and thank you for your helps.
I am sorry to bother but I am scared and I would like to have an answer.
My story is stupid. I had partially protected sex (the oral part happened without condom) with an escort. I took two test of fourth generation after this, the last one 11,5 weeks after this episode and they were both negative.
I had a rapid test last monday almost one year after exposure and it was also negative. But while I was waiting for the test results, filled with anxiety, I touched the table on which it was performed with the finger that had just been stung. There was no apparent trace of blood but I got scared somebody who was infected could have touched this table before me.
Is there any risk of infection in that case? I know my question might seem stupid but in the turmoil of scare I am living, I can't get rational all alone.
Thanks a lot for your answer in advance,
Hello, whilst replacing bed sheets I cut my thumb slightly due to the sheet catching on a flappy piece of skin and pulling it off. I remember the cut being quite shallow and now that it has healed the scar is quite small. The cut was bleeding quite a lot, however I washed it and carried on but I'm worried that I may have contracted the virus as I touched various dirty sheets and some moist towels, but tried to ensure that my small cut didn't touch the dirty laundry. I don't think I touched any dried blood or another dried bodily fluids but I'm concerned that I may have without realising it. I'm really anxious and worried that I may have contracted the virus as the hotel itself isn't the most reputable. Is there any chance that I may have contracted it?
Thank you, Amrit
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Before having intercourse, I got a paper cut as I unwrapped the condom. I did not notice this event, and after intercourse, I touched the condom to remove it and noticed my small cut.
Assuming that tiny cut touched vaginal fluids or remains of menstrual blood, is it technically possible to be at risk of HIV transmission? Should I take PEP just in case?
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On April 19th I had unprotected oral sex with a girl; she sucked me and I sucked her as well. Now I am very concerned about the real risk of got HIV. These were the tests I have done so far, and all of them got negative:
April, 22th - ELISA (negative)
May, 05th - CMIA (negative)
May, 11st - PCR (undetectable)
May, 21st - ELISA (negative)
Jun, 09th - ELISA (negative)
Jun, 15th - CMIA (negative)
Jun, 17th - NAT (negative)
Jul, 01st - NAT / Elisa (negative)
Jul, 27th - ELISA (negative)
Please, help me. Are these results conclusive or should I keep testing at least until six months? Thank you!
I got semen on my face and some shot up into my nose. After about 30 seconds to 1minute after, I went to the bathroom to wash it off with hot soapy water, but ended up snorting it in, instead of blowing it out. Is there any risk of contracting HIV in this manner? The guy's HIV status is unknown.
Thanks so much for your help.
Hello, I was riding the bus when suddenly I looked at the back of my shirt and saw that a pimple popped. Is there a risk of the virus getting through my shirt since the blood from my pimple went through my shirt?
A couple of days before i found something reddish deep inside my soap bar and i am worried if its hiv blood contained during packaging! After that I washed my hands with cold water! Though i am aware about hiv mode of transmission, yet i am full of fear. Please clear my doubt, about the risk of this situation, considering it was not exposed to air. its I am stressed.
Hope this finds you well,
We thank you for all your help that you provide here.
I have a lot of eczema on my body and hands, which tend to bleed from time to time depending if i scratch or touch them. I suffer from this skin condition. So I was walking down the street and scratching an eczema on my knuckle and it was bleeding, it was actively bleeding. A homeless guy was walking across us on the street (he is possible to have a drug addiction or hiv) he caught my hand suddenly while i was scratching my knuckles and they were bleeding. im scared he has some hiv blood on his hand and it got into the cut eczema on my knuckle. I don't mean to judge that homeless guy i'm just saying there is a possibility of him having HIV since he looked very sick and looked like he is a drug addict.
please help me with this and tell me what to do, should i go to the emergency and ask for a HIV treatment (PEP).
Thanks a lot for all your help always.