Anonymous
Hello, I a man and I have a few questions. Just a day ago I kind of gave a protected oral sex for 10-20 seconds. It is happened accidentally and now I freaking out; guy put a condom on his dick and I touched it by my lips and sucked a little, after I just run away because I did not like it and honestly it makes me feel very uncomfortable. So my questions is:

1. Do I need to go to my doctor for asking a PEP!? (It is happened just a 24-26 hours)

2. Because of the dark room, I am not sure about if he use condom properly? (I mean, did not touch his penis by wrong side of condom and after wear it)

3. I do not this guy and really worry about health now; everything happened very quick, his penis was in condom and he did no ejaculate in my mouth. So, what is the percentage of me getting me HIV!?

THANK YOU!

P.S: I am very appreciate for your website, it gave me a lot of good information! Please help me with my situations, I am very worry and freaking out.
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Anonymous
Hi there, and thanks a lot for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for your HIV/AIDS related health information. It seems you're concerned about the possibility of HIV transmitting during an encounter. We're happy to answer your question for you.

First off, it's great you were safe in this situation and decided to use a condom. This is a no risk situation, meaning HIV does not transmit this way. This means you do not need to go for PEP. It does not matter if the condom touched his penis on the wrong side of the condom before he put it on, this would not increase the risk of transmission in any way. To understand how HIV transmits, we encourage you to check out our transmission equation:
HIV TRANSMISSION EQUATION


BODY FLUID
+
ACTIVITY
+
DIRECT ACCESS TO BLOODSTREAM
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• blood (including menstrual) • unprotected anal or vaginal intercourse • vagina
• semen • sharing needles • anus
• pre-cum • mother to child (in specific cases) • urethra in the penis
• rectal secretions • open cuts and sores (in theory)
• vaginal fluids • other mucosal membranes
• breast milk • points of needle injection You'll see that required for transfer are all of a fluid involved in transfer, an activity involved in transfer, and direct access to the bloodstream. This activity would not provide direct access to the bloodstream at all.

Thanks a lot for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline with your question, we hope it has been answered fully.

Trevor

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online

helpline.aidsvancouver.org
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