|Masturbation after taking condom off
Jan 26, 2006
Hi Dr. Bob, I recently had sex with a prostitue. During most of the intercourse I wore two latex condoms. However, towards the end of intercourse I took one of the condoms off and kept one on. I did not ejaculate in her. I pulled out and she began to masturbate me over the condom. I then continued to masturbate myself over the condom. However, I took the condom off and continued to masturbate myself. I don't think I had any open cuts or sores on my penis. However, part of the skin may have been a little red after the masturbation. Do I have a valid concern of contracting HIV from the vaginal fluids that may have been on the condom then on my hand, then possibly getting into my bloodstream through the skin of my penis. I have always heard HIV does not survive in the presence of oxygen. I have not been able to concentrate on anything lately (hopefully due to guilt).
P.S. I researched the archives and found similar situations, however I don't think the answers apply to this instance. I really appreciate and respect what you do for others through this website and would like to give a generous donation if you let me know where to send it.
Thanks in advance
Response from Dr. Frascino
This forum is dedicated to HIV-positive folks, particularly those who have concerns related to fatigue and/or anemia. Questions related to HIV transmission, prevention, safer sex, HIV testing and risk should be sent to Dr. Bob at his "Safe Sex and HIV Prevention" expert forum. Please resubmit your question there using the same title and add the phrase, "resubmitted form the Fatigue and Anemia Forum." Thank you.
Not a question, just want to say thanks
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