Anonymous
Recently I saw a massage parlour and she gave me a covered oral. Then my penis was rubbing in between her breasts without condom. However, after a while, I found that my penis frenulum was torn a little bit and skin near my penis head was damage and bleeding with blood touching her breasts. I did not see any open wound or sore on her breast. Will I get HIV if she is HIV positive in this case? Do I need to get HIV test?

Thanks.


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Anonymous
Hello and thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as your source for HIV related information. First you had no risk of HIV transmission when receiving oral sex with protection. In the contact between your penis and your partner's breasts, even though you experienced a slight skin tear, you had no exchange of body fluids (blood, including menstrual blood, semen, rectal secretions, pre-cum, vaginal secretions, or breast milk) which could have given direct access for the virus to enter the bloodstream.

Although you do not require HIV testing in this particular situation, we do encourage anyone who is sexually active to consider a routine of regular testing for HIV and other STI's (sexually transmitted infections) for your own protection as well as that of your sexual partners.

The best way to help protect yourself from the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections is to use protection, which you did.

If you have any other HIV related questions in the future, please do not hesitate to contact us at the Helpline again.

All the best,

Marnelle

Helpline Volunteer


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