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Ejaculate While Docking - What are the risks?

Question: 

I'm looking for some advice about an encounter I had with another male. It's the only sexual experience I've had with another male. The other guy claims he has only ever had oral with another male and advised me he was free from any form of std. Apart from what they said I don't know their sexual health history.

During our meet the other guy had his foreskin over the head of my penis, I played with his penis until he ejaculated while his foreskin was still over my penis, so the head of my penis (possibly inside it too) was covered in the guys ejaculate. I removed my penis for a minute then we 'docked' again until I ejaculated.

I have to admit I enjoyed the experience but do wish it was with someone I knew rather than a random guy I know nothing about.

Would it be possible to find out what the possibilities of hiv transmission if the other male was infected? Or other std's that may have been present?

Answer: 

Hi there, and thanks a lot for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for your HIV/AIDS related health information. It seems you have some questions about HIV transmission after an encounter. We're happy to answer your question for you.

"Docking" is considered a negligible risk activity. Negligible risk means that while it is theoretically possible for a transmission to occur, no transmissions have actually been observed to occur. To see the risks associated with many other common activities, we'd encourage you to check out our risk assessment page.

As for STIs, while we are trained in assessing questions on HIV, we do know that it is possible for certain STIs to be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact. We encourage you to check out one of our favourite resources at SmartSex for more information on other STIs.

Thanks for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline with your questions, we hope they have been answered fully.

Trevor

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online
helpline.aidsvancouver.org