|is it safe please?
May 8, 2006
Hello Doctor, Thanks for the great work you are doin! I enjoy the forum a lot. Having searched a lot, I am still confused about my question: This may sound ridiculous, but does HIV get through pants or underwears? I helped this guy jack off, but he was wearing his pants, still I possibly got some of his PRECUM on my hand,(coz his pants might be a bit wet, cant remember) Well, I didnt go any further, because I felt guilty. Since I was really horny, then I went to the toilet right away, took my penis out, when I started to jerk off, I realized I should wash my hands, so I went to the tap, but there was only small water from the tap, anyways, I briefly washed my hands.(WITHOUT soap) then went back to jack off and cum.(which was really strong:-)) I am now very nervous, am I safe? My bf(STD free) is coming next week, he will definitely ask to have sex without condoms, will that be safe please? Please answer, I am in panic! btw, how can I donate from China? Looking forward to your reply! Thanks in advance!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Yep, your fears indeed qualify as ridiculous. I see absolutely no HIV risk from your giving your buddy a helping hand and then burping the nephew.
In fact, the only potentially risky thing I see in your post is having unprotected sex with your boyfriend!
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