Please do help me
today, i had an encounter at a wet spa, in the dry sauna. first, the guy masturbated my penis with some sort of lubricant, i asked what it was, he said conditioner. then, we didnt cum yet, we both left the sauna - took a shower - then went back again.
when we went back to the sauna, we continued again.. the guy had some sort of lubricant on his finger - then he fingered my ass. what if the lubricant/fluid on his hand was his sperm/pre-cum/blood, and not conditioner, and then he inserted it in my ass - will i get HIV/Aids?
It gets complicated because my butt has scratches that bleed when i wipe it with tissue after pooping. Meaning, after I poop, i wipe my ass too much to the point that it tends to bleed.
Then, usually when i see the blood, i stop after a few more wipes (bad habit).
So my butthole is "scarred" and has wound.
I am just afraid that my wounded butthole plus his finger with whatever fluid/precum/sperm/blood might have entered my system and then i've got AIDS/HIV..
For sure there was no penis-to-ass (anal penetration)..
Hope you can help me? Thank you so much
Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about the possibility of HIV transmission from a finger (that may have had semen) penetrating your anus.
From the information given, this scenario is determined to be Negligible Risk (There are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission). Semen is considered to be an avenue for HIV transmission. Yet, in order for HIV transmission to occur, there needs to be fluid with direct access to the bloodstream. Because your partner potentially had semen on his finger, this would not warrant direct access.
Due to this, your risk of HIV acquisition is quite low. Although you may have an excess of blood or open sores on your anus, there is still little risk when there is not a direct avenue between the bodily fluid, and your bloodstream.
Recommendation: There are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission refer to Physician for more personalized answers.
All the best,
AIDS Vancouver Online/Helpline, Cody