Jan 2, 2005
I recently had a routine check up for general health reasons.
My Doctor said that my white blood cell count was a little lower than normal and asked if I was at risk to infection by HIV (the usual questions about intravenous drug use, unprotected sex etc).
I didn't think so but on reflection I have some concerns as I visit prostitutes sometimes to satisfy my desires which are quite kinky. Although I never have penetrative or oral sex of any kind with the prostitutes (or with anyone) I am concerned if any of the activities I practice have put me at risk.
To be specific, the things I am concerned about are as follows:
1) I have deep kissed both the women I have seen this year. If they have recently had unprotected oral sex with other men before kissing me, would I be at risk of infection ?
2) I have 'dry humped' one of these women while both of us wore pantyhose (the lady was also wearing thin nylon panties made of the same material as pantyhose). Has this acticity put me at risk of infection ?
3) I have masturbated into the breasts of one of the women (directly against the nipple). Does this put me at risk ?
I should add that one of these women is a quite well known prostitute in the city and does oral on men without a condom, although she does not let them come in her mouth (I have discovered this on the internet).
I am very worried by all this and would appreciate your views.
Many many thanks.
Response from Dr. Frascino
1. No, this would not pose a significant HIV-transmission risk.
2. You were both wearing pantyhose? Hmmm, now that is kinky! Dry humping with or without the pantyhose is not considered a significant risk for HIV transmission.
Stay well, Kinky-Guy!
Happy New Year.
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