Anonymous
I got a blowjob with no condom...then vaginal with condom.... Then i removed my condom and masterbate while kissing and felt pain friction between my fingers and my penis while stoking my penis ...Then when i about to cum she blew me 5 strokes and cum to her mouth... I washed and put some listerine on my penis and i felt pain... Next morning i saw a small dried wound on my penis around 1 cm round...

Whats is my risk of HIV... My partner is a hooker ...
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Anonymous
Hi there and thanks for using the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as a source for HIV/AIDS related information.

First of all, a commercial sex worker is not necessarily at a higher risk for HIV than anyone else. Anyone can pass HIV, no matter what occupation, age, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation. It is the activity (unprotected anal/vaginal sex, sharing needles) that poses an HIV risk.

You are to be congratulated for using a condom for intercourse as it the safest way to reduce the transmission of HIV.

Receiving unprotected oral sex is considered a negligible risk. This means that, although there is an exchange of body fluids, there has never been a confirmed report of HIV transmission by this activity. Applying Listerine to your penis is neither a disinfectant nor a method to reduce HIV transmission.

From what you describe there was skin broken which provided an access to your bloodstream. I would encourage you to be tested for all Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's), including HIV. I would also recommend that these tests are done 6 weeks post exposure and then again at 84 days (3 months) for conclusive results.

We encourage all sexually active individuals be tested for all STI's, including HIV, on a regular basis. Depending on the individual, this may be annually, bi-annually or every 3-4 months.

I trust I have addressed your concerns however, should further information be required, feel free to contact us again.

In good health,

Jonathan, AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
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