Anonymous
My original post is

i had an experience of rubbing my penis with anus of someone . He sat on my wet penis(circumcised) with my clothes were on (cotton trousers,No underwear)and he was naked. He tried to get my penis in by rubbing in between his butts but it never got in(at least i feel so as ) and was rubbed only , he did not even touch the penis by hand in mean time i ejaculated . if his anus was wet and my penis rubbed against it what r my chances to get HIV and later on i have fever twice in two months ...... I m much worried about that Plz help me , Is hiv testing necessary for this exposure ? I came to know that hiv can survive in environment for 1 min than y rubbing with wet anus is negligible risk as it can enter immediately into pee hole ? Thx a lot
u said it is a no rsik situation
It happened 5 years back and now I have cough that seems to be increased in cold weather ( a few pieces are felt in throat ) My body temperature is increased a bit but normal in morning in night it is observed to be increased than 4 months before ( very little though) and very dry skin ( dryness of throat is also observed )............
Sorry a lot for disturbing and for stupid question if so
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Anonymous
Thank you for using the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as a source for HIV/AIDS related information.
First of all, for a risk of HIV to exist, specific HIV+ fluids (blood, semen anal/vaginal fluids) must come into direct contact with the bloodstream of an HIV- person. From the experience you describe, this did not happen.
Secondly, HIV is a very weak virus and dies when exposed to air.
Neither your cough nor your dry skin are symptoms of HIV. There are no clinically-identified HIV symptoms. Some infected individuals experience a strong, flu-like illness 2-6 weeks post exposure, which disappears within 8-10 days.
Although I don't feel an HIV test is required for this exposure, we do encourage all sexually individuals be tested for all Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's), including HIV, on a regular basis. Depending on the individual, this may be annually, bi-annually or every 3-4 months.
I trust I have addressed your concerns, however, should further information be required, feel free to contact us again.

In good health,
Jonathan,
AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer,
helpline@aidsvancouver.org
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