Anonymous
During my travel last year around May15, I had sexual encounter with a female on our second date and then also on the third date. While I used condom on both occasions, on the second occasion she performed oral sex on me without a condom (I did NOT do it on her). Later I had intercourse (with a condom on) and during the act i noticed blood at the bottom of the penis where the condom ends (may be she was on periods). I stopped the act immediately but masterbated by removing the condom and then washed myself. During the same encounter i also sucked her nipples. I discussed it with her and she said she is clean with no infections but it was only our second date so I'm not 100% sure about her. Is it possible that the blood around the penis bottom caused the virus to get in during masterbation or the sucking of the nipples?
Now I went for my full physical exam like i do each year, the liver test sgot result was 66. Doctor collected another blood sample to test me for HIV and HepB. I should receive my results in a couple of days but i'm totally stressed out. I need someone to advise if I'm at risk. I'm a very healthy person, exercise regularly.
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Anonymous
Hello and thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline. It is great to hear that you are using condoms and you take your health seriously. I will be more than glad to answer your questions.

First, let's consider the oral sex. "Receiving" oral sex is considered a negligible risk activity, meaning that there has never been a case documented of anyone acquiring HIV by receiving oral sex. Now as far as the blood, which I am assuming was on the outside of the condom, there is no risk for acquiring HIV since the HIV virus dies very quickly upon exposure to air. So masturbating, or sucking nipples does not put you at risk for acquiring HIV. Overall, you haven't had any high risk exposures, and hopefully your test should come back negative.


Sincerely,

Ali


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