ejaculated fluid in the nose/mixed status
Jan 26, 2005
I am poz and my partner is Neg I have been poz for over 20 years and have never been sick related to being poz. Last nite while climaxing my fluid shot up my parnters nose. He was very concerned and the next morning said his nose was tingling. Have you any information regarding becoming infected with the virus this way. We talked about him being tested this morning.
Thanks in advance
Response from Dr. Frascino
As you may guess, whether spunking directly up your partner's schnozolla has a significant HIV risk or not has not been specifically studied in well designed, double-blind, placebo-controlled, clinical or large-scale epidemiological trials. Consequently, we are on somewhat theoretical ground here, OK? That said, since we know you're Poz, he's negative and the nose is lined with a mucous membrane, there would be at least some theoretical risk. The actual risk would depend on many factors, such as:
1. Did spunk actually get onto the membranes, and if so, how much and for how long? 2. Your viral load. 3. Condition of your partner's nasal membranes.
Overall, I would consider your partner's risk to be very low, but not completely nonexistent, because I don't know how forcefully your tallywhacker shoots or how big his nose is. Testing in three months would be warranted, but excessive concern is not.
Good luck to you both.
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