Anonymous
Hello sir I participated sex with prostitute with condom I inserted my penis in vagina but I cannot cum in her vagina does it affect HIV when she has HIV positive
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Anonymous
Hi there! Thanks for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline with your HIV related questions and concerns. We are happy to help!

Protected vaginal sex is considered a Low Risk activity in terms of HIV transmission. What this means is that there have been a few reports of infection in these cases, but usually they're under certain identifiable conditions.

In terms of protected sex, if the condom does not break and is used correctly, then there isn't a risk since there's no direct contact of bodily fluids. The reason that this activity is described as low risk is due to times when condoms break, are used incorrectly, or multiple condoms are used at once.
If your condom was intact and applied correctly, then your situation doesn't pose a risk.

Here at AIDS Vancouver however, we recommend that all sexually active people make HIV testing a regular part of their health routine, just in case and just to be sure! So consider getting tested if you've never been, or if it's been a while since your last test!

Lastly, check out our website at [AidsVancouver.org](AidsVancouver.org) and [Smartsexresource.com](Smartsexresource.com) for more information about HIV transmission and safe sex.

Hopefully this helped!
Sincerely,

Christina

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