« Go Back

Penis Rubbing To Vagina With Vagina Fluid Can Cause HIV

Question: 

Please please help me out.
A Few days ago , I was sex with a SexWorker in Bharian . Only for one time and after that I am in fear of HIV.
First of all I don't know if that girl has HIV or not . I kissed her and also fingering then I try to put my penis without condom , but it's not happened as it was not as hard that will go smoothly then I try to make it hard with my hand and touches the vagina Lips with penis (foreskin pull back) where vagina fluid present, and within few mnts I ejected in top of vagina with rubbing my penis without insertion in fact not get time to insert . Her vaginal fluid touches my penis top my Urethra ..

I am still in a trauma. I rubbed my penis on the lips of a vagina . Vaginal fluid touches my penis top means urethra WITHOUT PENETRATION .

Is that any chances to get HIV+. Please help me out , I am very scared. What should I do now.

My Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 33 days Its showing only one line in C with fingertip
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 40 days Its showing only one line in C with fingertip
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 42 days Its showing only one line in C with fingertip
Rapid HIV 1/2/O Antibody Only after 45 days Its showing only one line in C with fingertip
HIV 1 2 & P24 Combo Test at 49 days non-Reactive with Value 0.23
Please suggest ... I can't Sleep,can't work .
Please help me out to understand the result accuracy and risk.

Answer: 

Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline with your query.

It sounds like you are concerned about the possibility of acquiring HIV during a recent sexual encounter, and you have a negative test result at 49 days.

In the encounter you describe, because there was no penetration, your partner's vaginal fluid would have been outside her body at the time it made contact with your penis. As HIV is very fragile, once the fluid leaves the body and comes into contact with the air, any HIV present will quickly die. We would say that an encounter outside the body poses negligible risk for acquiring HIV, because while there is a theoretical case to be made, there have been no confirmed reports of transmission in this way.

I see that your most recent test (at 49 days post exposure) was non-reactive (or a negative result), and this is a great indicator of your HIV status. HIV antibodies can be detected from 4 weeks, and so while guidelines still say that a test at 12 weeks will give a conclusive result, a test at 8 weeks is still 95% reliable.

If you feel that a further test at 12 weeks will give you additional reassurance and enable you to sleep again, then I would encourage you to arrange one.

I hope that this information gives you some comfort.

Very best wishes

Wendy

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm (PST)
1 844 INFO-HIV (Toll free Canada & U.S.)
helpline@aidsvancouver.org
Private & Confidential