nirkan74
Hi,

My question is what is the HIV risk from red spanked/slapped skin(not broken and not bleeding)
on buttock and upper back which was in contact with fresh blood or vaginal fluid.

This contact was made by the girl initially slapped and spanked me on buttock and upper back.
And then she sat naked on me with her vagina directly contacts my slapped back and slapped buttock.
My skin on buttock and back was red from spanking and slapping,
but the skin was not broken and was not bleeding.

Does a red slapped skin(not broken and not bleeding) on buttock and upper back
increases HIV risk when coming in contact with fresh blood or vaginal fluid?

In addition the girl I was with also slightly slapped me on my pines,
my pines also became slightly red from slapping.
Also here my skin on my pines was red from slapping but was not broken and was not bleeding.

After slightly slapping my pines she gave me an unprotected blowjob.
What is the HIV risk from this contact between my red slapped pines(Skin on pines was not broken and not bleeding)
with possible blood from girl's mouth during the unprotected blowjob?

Does the red slightly slapped pines(skin on pines was not broken and not bleeding)
increases HIV risk when coming conatct with possible blood from the girl's mouth during the unprotected blowjob?

Thank you for the help.
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helpline-volunteer

Hello,


Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about the risk of acquiring HIV after receiving unprotected oral sex. From the information given, this scenario is determined to be Negligible Risk (there is no evidence or no documented cases of transmission. However, there is a theoretical possibility of transmission under certain extenuating circumstances).

The scenario mentioned above could meet the three components of the transmission equation. If a large amount of blood was present in the saliva, then there is a theoretical risk of transmission through the urethra and/or mucous membranes of your penis.
Helpline Transmission Equation .jpgIn the future, consider using condoms or other protective barriers during sexual activities to reduce your risk of acquiring HIV. Please note that any spanking or slapping that occurred does not alter the risk of transmission. Further, contact of blood or vaginal fluid to intact skin (eg. upper back/buttocks) does not provide direct access to the bloodstream.

Recommendation: There is no evidence or no documented cases of transmission. Refer to a healthcare professional for more personalized answers.

Regards,
AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Marie

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