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Scared to death about glans playing and jerk with saliva


Hi, sorry for my bad English but I needed to solve a question about HIV. Last Sunday (two days ago) I had sex with another guy. We are both LGBT. There was no penetration at all. I gave him oral sex with a condom. However, I worry that on Monday I woke up with a terrible infection in the urinary tract and today Tuesday at dawn (South America time) I feel a lot of discomfort like decay or something like that, even a little sore throat. The activity in particular is the following: he and I rubbbed a couple of times the penises. Specifically in glans I had lot of precum. He had very little of his, according to this, could I be at risk of HIV, I mean by the rubbing of glans. Ive found different points of view in internet I would like that you as experts could anwer me. I almost foget it. In some moment he masturbate me using a bit of his saliva.
Thanks for reading me and excuse me english is my second language



Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about giving oral sex and docking. From the information given, this scenario is determined to be Low Risk (Evidence of transmission occurs through these activities when certain conditions are met).

Transmission occurs when the following conditions are met: the exchange of bodily fluids that contain HIV having direct access to the bloodstream of an individual who is HIV negative through a high risk activity (1).

The act of giving oral satisfies the transmission equation where the exchange of bodily fluid could have access to the bloodstream if the condom breaks or through inaccurate usage. Docking is deemed to be a negligible risk for transmission to occur. There currently are no documented cases or evidence of transmission through this act. You mentioned that the sexual partner stimulated you using his saliva. It is important to know that saliva is not a bodily fluid that carries HIV (2).

Recommendation: Refer to Physician for HIV test


AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Danielle