Anonymous
Hi,

4 days ago I had a body to body massage with a naked massues masturbating my penis with her inner thigh. I was not wearing a condom during the act. There was no penetration. I ejaculated and felt my semen stream down my lower waist to the side. She then cleaned my penis with tissues and a towel.

Post the first ejaculation, she continued the body to body massage. This second time I wore a condom. During the act, I could feel some sticky material on her back, I then wiped my hands with the towel and adjusted my condom with the same hand. I then rubbed my condom wrapped penis on her butt crack.

Do these activities put me at risk of HIV transmission? 
1. masturbation of penis with inner thigh and ejaculation without condom
2. Use of towel to clean  penis, what if it was used?
3. Adjusting my condom with potentially dirty hands?
4. rubbing of condom wrapped penis on but crack?

Please advise, I am losing my mind over this. Do I need to get tested?
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helpline-volunteer
Hi there,

Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather, you are asking about possibility of HIV transmission following ejaculation without a condom on someone's thigh. You are also inquiring about possible transmission from using a possibly used towel on a penis. Lastly, you are asking about the possibility of HIV transmission when adjusting a condom with possible bodily fluids on hands and rubbing a penis with a condom on someone's anus.

From the information given, this scenario is determined to be of No Risk  (Transmission of HIV is not possible in the given scenario)

Transmission is considered to No Risk for the following reasons:

In regards to your first question, although there was semen present, there was no high risk activity or direct access to enter the bloodstream which are 2 of the 3 mandatory components in our HIV Transmission Equation which. For your second question, HIV reduces in concentration very quickly once it leaves the human body and so there is No Risk of transmission from having used the towelFor similar reasons, adjusting a condom with potential bodily fluids present would be No Risk since the virus would already have been exposed to the air and started to decrease in concentration. For your last question, since there was use of a condom, there was no high risk activity and no direct access to enter the bloodstream, making this situation No Risk for transmission.

Please refer to our HIV Transmission Equation below for more information:

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Recommendation: No need for HIV test with the scenario provided, refer to a healthcare professional for other health related questions.

Thank you,
AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Shawn

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