Vaginal Fluids Transmission
Dec 19, 2002
What is the likelihood of HIV transmission if a woman masterbated herself, getting an unknown amount of fluid on her hand. She then used that same hand to rub her breasts, and the man in question sucked her breasts, and was masterbated by the woman with her "wet" hand. I am concerned about transmission via either the mouth or the tip of the penis. However, judging by your responses to other questions, the REAL risk of getting HIV either way is pretty much 0. Please advise.
Response from Mr. Kull
You pretty much answered your own question. HIV is only known to be sexually transmitted during anal, vaginal, and oral sex, and other forms of sexual contact only pose a theoretical risk.
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