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Unprotected Anal Top one time
Oct 23, 2006

Hi there...new to this site, but think you are great from what I have read...Quickly, went to a m4m masseuse, as it turned out, masseuse jumped on top of me and slipped me inside of his anus unprotected. I was only in there a few seconds but climax occured by me...he says he is Negative...however, what are my chances of having contracted HIV...I am worried... I will have an HIV eventually...probably in early November...it happened on July 8th. I don't believe I am...but am scared nonetheless...I only started having massages in May...because I figured they were safer than actually having sex...(which I do RARELY)...Many thanks

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

If your M-4-M masseur is riding your throbbing tallywhacker, that definitely counts more as sex than a relaxing rub-a-dub-dub.

The estimated per-act risk for unprotected insertive anal sex with a partner confirmed to be HIV positive is 6.5 per 10,000 exposures. Your estimated risk would be less as we do not know the HIV status of your M-4-M pole jumper. Your "massage" was more than three months ago; consequently, I suggest you get an HIV test now to ascertain your HIV status. I also suggest you set the ground rules with all future M-4-M activities whatever the pretext may be.

Good luck.

Dr. Bob



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