avimellul5
New Message from 19-12-2020:

Hi Rashell,

Thank you for your reply.
There is something unclear with your answers.

I have 2 questions regarding this:

1.          On the one hand you wrote at first my HIV Risk is low from this scenario(The scenario was also protected vaginal                sex).
             But on the other hand you wrote
              "The vaginal sex mentioned above does meet the three components of the transmission
               equation. Presence of vaginal fluids during vaginal intercourse that had access to your
               bloodstream by your urethra."

If I had protected vaginal sex with condom in my scenario so why did you write that the vaginal sex
I had does meet the 3 components of the transmission equation? If I had protected vaginal
sex so the HIV virus shound't be able to have access to my blood stream
(This is at least 1 componenet which doesn't exist)?

2. You wrote also that superfical scratches from open zipper on pines head don't increase HIV risk
because they can't enable access to blood stream as long as they aren't massive bleeding.

The superficial scrathes on pines head from open zipper don't increase HIV risks and don't enable access to bloodstream
for both Unprotected Blowjobs no condom and Unprotected Handjobs no condom.
I would appreciate your reassurance for that.

Of course Unprotected Vaginal sex pose HIV Risk with or without superfical scratches on pines head.

I would very appreciate your additional reply to my 2 questions after which I promise I will make the donation of 25 Dollars I promised.

I just want to understand these issuess with HIV transmission so that I can get better understanding for future events.

Thank you very much for your assistance.

Best Regards,

Avi

Previous Message from 12-12-2020:

Hello,


Last week I visited with friends strip club and got some Lap Dances.

Because of pines eraction and the aggressive Lap Dances,
my pines head was exposed outside of the underwear from above of the underwear during the Lap dances.

During the agressive Lap Dances the Jeans Zipper was opened.
The exposed pines head was rubbed with the opened Jeans zipper during Lap Dances.
It caused multiple scratches on pines head.
The scratches were not bleeding,
but they really left some scratch marks on the pines head which could be clearly seen on the pines head.

After the Lap Dances were finished
I went with one of the strippers to the private room,
she gave me Unprotected Handjob(No Condom) for 2 Minute and than
gave me unprotected Blowjob(no Condom) for another 2 Minute and
than we had protected vaginal sex (with condom) for another 2 Minute.
All these detailed sexual activities were done after Lap Dances after I have already got these scratches on pines head from open zipper.

My questions are the following :

1. The stripper had some vaginal fluid on her hand during handjob.
This is because she fingered herself just before the handjob.
My question is if getting the Handjob for 2 Minute without condom put me in HIV
Risk because there was contact between the multiple scratches from open zipper on pines head and
vaginal fluid/Blood on the stripper's hands?
I worry a bit since I had a multiple scratches on pines head and not one.
Since we are talking about multiple scratches on pines caused by open zipper and not one does it
increase my HIV Risk?

2. Worst case if the stripper had a cut or some blood in her mouth during the Unprotected Blowjob.
My question is if getting the Unprotected Blowjob for 2 Minute without condom put me in HIV Risk because of possible
contact between the multiple scratches on pines head from open zipper and possible blood/wound in the
stripper's mouth?
Also here I worry a bit since I had a multiple scratches on pines head and not one.
Since we are talking about multiple scratches on pines caused by open zipper and not one does it
increase my HIV Risk?

3. Does the scratches on pines head from open zipper increase the risk of HIV during the 2 Minute
vaginal sex with condom because the multiple scratches on the pines head might contact vaginal fluid of the
stripper during sex.
My question is if these scratches increase HIV risk or the
condom fully protect against HIV even with these multiple scratches on pines head below the
condom?

4. My last question is if for future events how can I know If multiple scracthes on pines can pose a HIV risk or
not when coming contact with infected blood/Vaginal fluids in activities without vaginal sex Like
Unprotected Handjobs (no Condom) and Unprotected Blowjobs (no condom)?
I know in unprotected vaginal sex or unprotected anal sex also small scratches on pines head
can transfer HIV because enviorment is airtight, but in unprotected Handjobs no condom and Unprotected Blowjobs no condom
can I know if multiple scratches can tansfer HIV or not regarding deapth and bleeding level of scratches on pines?

I will be glad if you can give answers to these 4 questions above.
I will also donate your organisation 25 $ I would appreciate your reference.


Thank you

Avi
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helpline-volunteer

Hello,


Thank you for the inquiry. From what we gather from the question you were asking about the risk of HIV transmission through an unprotected hand job, unprotected oral sex and protected vaginal sex. From the information given, this scenario is determined to be Low Risk (Evidence of transmission occurs through these activities when certain conditions are met).
The vaginal sex mentioned above does meet the three components of the transmission equation. Presence of vaginal fluids during vaginal intercourse that had access to your bloodstream by your urethra. Helpline Transmission Equation .jpgIt was very responsible of you to use a condom. Condoms are highly effective in preventing sexual transmission of HIV if they are used correctly. If used incorrectly, they may slip, break or leak leading to a failure to prevent transmission of the virus (1).
In regards to the scratches on your penis head, they are superficial cuts that would not significantly increase your risk for HIV transmission. As stated above, in order for HIV to be transmitted it needs direct access to your bloodstream. Superficial cuts that aren't actively bleeding would not be a means for the virus to enter your bloodstream.
You also mentioned environmental transmission of HIV, where vaginal fluids that contained the virus on someones hand may later touch your penis. Exposure to oxygen quickly deactivates the virus. The CDC has shown that "HIV does not survive long outside the body, and it cannot reproduce outside of the human host" (2). When HIV is exposed to oxygen it undergoes a rapid decrease in concentration (90-99% within a couple of hours), so the risk of environmental transmission of HIV is essentially zero (3).

Recommendation: Refer to a health care provider for HIV testing

Regards,

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Rashell


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References:
1.) Condoms Preventing HIV Transmission
2.) Basics of HIV Transmission
3.) HIV Survival in the Environment

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