May 28, 2004
I wrote earlier but my question wasn't a very good one but I really need you advise now. Basically I had sex with a girl of unknow status. I fingered her which I know is of no risk but my question is how safe was my finish? I used a condom and at the end I pulled out left condom on and jerked off touching the outside of the condom and then when I took it off I touched my penis with the same hand as I continued to jerk off until I came on her. Is this a risk? I have west nile and don't feel good so I'm freaking out. I was feeling better and now that this has happened I don't know if it is stress or something else.
Thank Dr. Bob you are great! I will be donating after I am able to find out for sure.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You already have West Nile and now you're worried about getting HIV from jerking off into a condom? Just how unlucky do you think one guy can be? Freakin", I really do not believe you have any significant HIV risk from your solo happy ending. Touching the outside of the used condom and then handling Mr. Happy would not constitute a risk for HIV transmission.
I just squashed a mosquito in your honor (West Nile Virus vector)! Do feel better, OK? No need to freak about HIV. Continue to play safe and you'll stay safe.
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