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Hello the other day I had protected oral and vaginal sex with an escort. In between doing this I had some foreplay and stimulated her vagina with my fingers. A few minutes after that I took to condom off and played with my penis to get and erection back. I believe there was pre cum coming from my penis. My question is can hiv be transmitted from fingering someone’s vagina and then playing with my penis. 

thank you for any help with this 

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helpline-volunteer
Hi there,

Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from your question, you are asking about possible HIV transmission from vaginal fluids coming into contact with your penis.

From the information given, this scenario is determined to be of Low Risk (evidence of transmission occurs through these activities when certain conditions are met).

Transmission is considered to be of Low Risk for the following reasons:

Vaginal sex with a condom in general is considered to be low risk for HIV transmission due to improper use of and potential breakage of the condom. Non-insertive masturbation is considered to be no risk for HIV transmission. Since the vaginal fluids would be exposed to the air, the concentration of any HIV (if present at all) would rapidly begin to decrease (1). Furthermore, non-insertive masturbation does not fall into the category of a high-risk activity from our HIV Transmission Equation, which is required in order for a chance of transmission to occur (see below). However, if there might have been improper use or breakage of the condom during vaginal sex, it would be reasonable to get an HIV test.

Please refer to our HIV Transmission Equation below for more information:
Helpline Transmission Equation .jpg 
Recommendation: Refer to a healthcare provider for HIV testing.

(1) Reference

Thank you,
AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online, Shawn

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