Amir

My last test was on 2018 before this accident

First Encouter 

This accident happen on March 22, 2019. I see different Escorts every month or every two weeks all of them are always protected sex and protected oral

 One encounter my condom went inside the escort when i check my penis there was no more condom on me so i stopped the intercourse without ejaculation than we put new condom than i finish the job with the new condom.

 My question is what are my possibilities to become infected with hiv? lets assume  the girl was hiv+ and my penis came contract with her vagina sorry for inappropriate words

 My last test were Hep C Ab,HIV Chlamydia,gonorrhoeae and trachomatis where negative

and i am vaccine for Hepatitis A and B

Second Encounter  

It was a threesome intercourse and the two girls were doing 69 and i was allowed only to watch them. then we proceed to have intercourse with condom during the whole sex.
 the condom didn't slip this time im just wondering can i get std from watching them giving each other oral? 

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helpline-volunteer

Hi there,

Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about the possibility of HIV transmission through a condom slipping off while having protected vaginal sex. 



From the information given, this scenario is determined to be of Low Risk (evidence of transmission occurs through these activities when certain conditions are met). In order for HIV transmission to occur in this circumstance, a number of requirements must be fulfilled.

HIV transmission occurs when the following conditions are met: There must be the presence of HIV positive fluid (semen, pre-cum, vaginal fluid, rectal fluid, blood, or breastmilk), coupled with direct access to the bloodstream. 

This scenario is considered to be Low Risk because while penetration or direct access to the bloodstream occurred (vaginal penetration), it is unknown whether there was any presence of HIV positive fluid. Protected vaginal sex is considered Low Risk due to improper 
use and potential breakage of the condom which is what happened in the scenario above. Condoms are highly effective strategies to help prevent the sexual transmission of HIV. When this highly effective strategy is used consistently and correctly the risk for HIV transmission is very low (1). 


For the situation above, it is recommended that you refer to a healthcare provider for HIV screening. 

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