I had a sex with a sex worker,we start with romance in the process i used my penis to hit her vaginal,as i was hitting the vaginal with my penis head the vaginal fluid was splashing on the head of my penis after that i used ma hand to clean up the fluid on ma penis and also used the bed spread to clean my penis and my hand as well before i ware on my condom and engage her after sex i waited for 10mint before urinating and was up ma penis tips to feel if there were no wound on ma penis and also put water on the condom to see if the condom was save from a hole on it too
,so am scared it might pass through my urethra,you once the penis erect the urethra can be open. I have a wife,am scared if i might have infect her with the virus,since after the sex am not ma self,i have been having weakness all my joints and also feeling feverish and my wife as been complaining of the same thing. The sex worker were hiding her legs for me after the sex she does not want me to see her legs,after some days i call her on her phone to ask her why is she hiding the legs from me,she reply me back by saying she had an accident years back so her legs her badly injured that is why she is hiding the legs by wearing socks on her feet's, it about 2 months and 2weeks now that such things happened to me,i have run test on syphillis it non reactive, urine test also shows all is well i also did hiv own same weeks with other test,all the test took place 10 weeks after the risk. Am from nigeria Dr pls help me with vital answer am waiting pls. Thanks for your support with answers.
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.

You're questioning a couple situations. One is that you contacted her vagina, and there may have been fluids involved. The next is that you had protected sex. The first situation is no risk, meaning HIV does not transmit this way. The second is considered low risk, meaning that while transmission is possible, it requires specific circumstances to occur (like the condom breaking). To understand why simply making contact with her exterior vagina is considered no risk, take a look at our transmission equation:

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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 known to be involved in transfer, an activity known to be involved in transfer, and direct access to the bloodstream. Simply contacting her vagina is not an activity known to be involved in transfer, nor does it provide direct access to the bloodstream.

If you'd like to know your status conclusively after this encounter, depending on the test you have access to you'll likely need to wait at least 12 weeks for a conclusive result. Consider the risk levels involved in this encounter when deciding on whether you want to go for further testing. Your test at 10 weeks is a pretty good indicator of your present status.

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


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