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B2B MASSAGE AND HANDJOB

Question: 

Last week i went to a massage parlour for Body to body massage. The masseuse and i both were naked. She rub her boobs all over my body with massage oil. Later on she ask me to flip over. She then continue to lick and suck both my nipple for about 5 minutes. After that she went on to give a handjob until i finish on her hand.

My question is
1. Assume she is HIV+ and she had cut on her hand and give me a handjob, am i at risk of getting HIV?
2. If she lick and suck my nipple, am i at risk of getting HIV? Not sure whether she is bleeding or have soar in her mouth.
3. I have quite a few pimple (not sure bleeding or not) behind my back, and she rub her boobs on my back. What if she lactate some of breast milk and might have direct contact with my blood?

Answer: 

Hello,

Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about your risk of HIV acquisition given the following scenarios:

  1. Assume she is HIV+ and she had cut on her hand and give me a handjob, am i at risk of getting HIV?

We assume that in this scenario, your partner only has superficial wounds and no significant amount of blood is present. In this case, this scenario is determined to be No Risk (transmission of HIV is not possible with the given scenario. No exchange of bodily fluids). HIV transmission occurs when there is a substantial amount of HIV positive fluid that has direct access to the bloodstream.

  1. If she lick and suck my nipple, am i at risk of getting HIV? Not sure whether she is bleeding or have soar in her mouth.

In this scenario, there is No Risk (transmission of HIV is not possible with the given scenario. No exchange of bodily fluids). Casual contact, in your case, licking nipples, is not among the methods HIV can be acquired.

  1. I have quite a few pimple (not sure bleeding or not) behind my back, and she rub her boobs on my back. What if she lactate some of breast milk and might have direct contact with my blood?

In this scenario, there is Negligible Risk (There are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission. However, there is a theoretical possibility); however, very unlikely. Breast milk can be a method of HIV transmission as it is a bodily fluid, and bleeding sores (pimples) can offer a direct access to the bloodstream. Yet, this scenario appears to lack certain conditions that would be opportune for HIV transmission. These conditions would include both the presence of a substantially large open sore and an adequate amount of breast milk in close interaction.

Recommendation: There are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission refer to Physician for more personalized answers.

All the best, AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Cody & Chelsea