Anonymous
Hello,
During cross masturbation male to male, a man touched my pee hole, after i notice his precum and i stop the relation. I don'nt know if he had precum on his fingers and i am worry about vih transmission. What about this risk? Shall i mmake a test? It was 2 1/2 month.
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Anonymous
Hi there, thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline for HIV and AIDS related information.

To answer your question, no, you are not at risk for HIV. The reason for this is that the HIV virus is actually a very weak virus and it dies immediately upon being exposed to the air. Any precum on the man's fingers would not have any living HIV in it by the time he touched your penis. For HIV to be transmitted it must occur in a controlled environment without exposure to the air. You do not need to be tested based on this experience.

We do however recommend that all sexually active individuals be tested for all sexually transmitted infections (STI's), including HIV, on a regular basis as part of continued health care and prevention.

I hope that answers your question and alleviates your anxiety, if you have any further questions please feel free to contact us again.

In Health,

Arne, AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer
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