|PLease help.I need your advice
Jul 8, 2002
Im sad and verry woried.I went with a prostitute.I had a protected sex with her,the condom remained intact and did not break,but while taking off the condom,there were some of here vaginal fluids on my penice,i washed it with soap and water but im araid that her vaginal fluids came in contact with my urethra.is the soap strong enough to kill the virus?please help.
| Response from Mr. Kull
It is highly unlikely that you would become infected with HIV through contact with vaginal fluids on the condom. HIV is known to be transmitted sexually through anal, vaginal, and oral sex.
Washing with mild soap and warm water after sex is not going to cause any harm. It is not clear if washing after sex will reduce the risk of HIV or other STI transmission, but in certain situations it may be a wise precaution (like coming into contact with blood). Soap and water should render HIV inactive.
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