Aug 15, 2002
When your with someone and he accidentially nudges his penis against the back of you right before he puts the condom on is it possible for the fluid that has come out from fore-play to get into your system. And if you have a sore in your mouth from bitting could there possibly be exposure there also? Too scared to go get tested but very cautious with every partner.
| Response from Mr. Kull
Any time infected fluids (including pre-semen) come into contact with your mucous membranes or bloodstream, there is the possibility of infection. The likelihood of transmission in your case is quite low. HIV is known to be sexually transmitted through insertive or receptive vaginal and anal sex, and through receptive fellatio. The incidence of transmission through receptive fellatio is much lower than through anal or vaginal sex. To reduce your risk through oral sex, it is advisable that avoid fluid contact with any cuts or sores in your mouth.
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