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vaginal rubbing on penis shaft all the way up to head of penis performed by southeast asian sexworker with pupic hair stups scratching skin of shaft and scrotum to the point where it left the skin with an abrasion - 1,5 days after I found the abrasion on the lower shaft with a scap on it - did think anything of it - but 4 weeks after the incident I am itching all over - but don´t have a rash but do have 6 to 8 small raised skin sores which bleed a little and my upper lip is swollen and itchy and my penis head is painful - no sores on penis and no other symptoms - I also performed oral sex on her clitoris and I had 2 mouth sores which I forgot about while having sex with her - the sores both had scaps on them - I used Durex water-based gel in her vagina and could in fact taste the gel while licking her clitoris - the penis shaft was very wet after the vaginal rubbing - probably also from the gel but also from her vaginal fluid - as she was very horny - in fact she wanted to engage in unprotected vaginal penetration during the vaginal rubbing - which I stopped so I never penetrated her vagina without a condom - and then washed my penis but in a rushed and not thorough way - I have never before put my self at such risk - and I am worried - I was taken by her very sexual and sensual seduction - but I think she was very unprofessional - in hindsight - as she but both of us at risk - she also wanted to perform oral sex on my penis head without a condom which I also did not allow her to do - all this has made me think she was in fact careless because she already knows she is infected - I asked her if she was hiv + and she said NO ! - but I am in serious doubt and am afraid
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Anonymous
Hello and thanks for reaching out to the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

It seems you are concerned that the symptoms you are having are HIV related after engaging in an oral sex activity, We are glad to provide some information.

Engaging in oral sex is regarded as a Low Risk activity. This means that there are a few confirmed cases of infection from this activity. We do not determine the HIV status of an individual using symptoms because some symptoms are caused by other viral infections that are not related to HIV. The only way to determine HIV status is by getting tested. In fact at Aids Vancouver we encourage people to use HIV testing as a regular health maintenance routine. This is getting tested once of twice a year. This will help to put your mind at rest as well as providing a chance for early intervention if it is required.

The Aids Vancouver Helpline Online forum has postings that are related to your question that you can read for additional information. You can also read additional information from [The Body](http://www.thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/SafeSex/) about ways to protect yourself from STIs and HIV. If you have any further questions feel free to contact us again.

Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

In health

Lawrence

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online

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