One week back I had vaginal sex with a CSW .
1. She was on top of me and my penis was totally limp and she had put a condom on it. There were hardly 4-5 strokes for a minute
( I wonder if my totally limp penis would have gone inside her, it was not in a condition to penetrate vagina but since she came on top then there would not have been any way for it to go).
After 4-5 strokes when I pulled out my penis, I saw that condom was not on it and it was lying aside. I remember 100% that she had put the condom before intercourse. Later on she gave me a handjob where I ejaculated. With respect to following condition please help me out.
1. Is there is any chance of condom slippage or in other words if my penis was in direct touch with her vagina ? What are my chances of contracting HIV. ( Really scared)
2.As far as what I know about that CSW that she was very strict and she didn't allow me to kiss, suck her breasts and was very protective. After sex she told me that condom came out from penis while pulling out and this is a normal thing .
But I am worrying because my penis was totally limp.
Please help me out as I am really freaking out. What are my chances of contracting HIV in mentioned conditions.
Hi there, and thanks a lot for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for you HIV/AIDS related health information.
It sounds like you are concerned about your risk of HIV transmission after visiting a Commercial Sex Trade Worker.
First of all, Commercial Sex Trade Workers are no more likely than anyone else to be HIV positive. For this reason, on this forum we focus on the activities performed and not the individuals involved in the activities.
Let's answer your questions!
Question 1: "Is there is any chance of condom slippage or in other words if my penis was in direct touch with her vagina ? What are my chances of contracting HIV."
- It sounds like from what you have said that the condom did slip off during vaginal intercourse and stayed inside of the vagina when you finished intercourse. It does happen from time to time that a condom slips off. For this reason I will give you the information for unprotected vaginal sex. Unprotected vaginal sex is considered a High Risk activity. This means that it presents a potential for HIV transmission because it involves an exchange of body fluids. In addition, a significant number of scientific studies have repeatedly associated the activities with HIV infection. There have been a lot of confirmed reports of infection in this way.
Question 2: "As far as what I know about that CSW that she was very strict and she didn't allow me to kiss, suck her breasts and was very protective. After sex she told me that condom came out from penis while pulling out and this is a normal thing ."
- There are indeed circumstances that can make s a condom can slip off while the penis is pulled out of the vagina.
Here at AIDS Vancouver we encourage everyone to make HIV testing a part of their regular health care maintenance routine. The only way to know your status is to be tested.
I would encourage you to check out the following resources about HIV:
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