|dudes...i dont know how risky is...
Dec 5, 2006
Hello Dr bob Excuse my poor english.Im a spanish man who always have had safer sex.However, two months ago, i had an encounter with a man and we had deep kisses and touched our dicks.Suddenly i felt his finger inside my anus.I dont know if that finger was dry or not....imagine yes...was dry, but i cant ensure that (it was dark and i dont know if a bit of precum was on that finger or not). Also, my "paranoia" made me to think "if it was not a finger and it was his dick???...fortunately imagine that was the finger cause y didnt feel pain, was slight and we were stand up.And how you say "if i had have anal sex i would know it and remember it".Really it was his finger.My dude is: You say is a negligible to nonexistent risk, but steven and mr kull says there is a theoretical risk although there is not a documented case of transmission in that way.Please, help me, i am obsessed and i am planning testing in a month, but id like to know if there is a big risk.Donation is on the way.Thank you for your great work and humanity and congratulations for the love that Dr Steven and you have each other.greetings from madrid.Eduardo
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Big risk? No. I would advise there is no HIV risk, assuming the skin on the probing finger was intact. I see no reason for you to be obsessed, paranoid or even mildly worried about this dark-room finger-hokey-pokey. However, since you are, a single HIV test at the three-month mark will give you a definitive result that should put any residual fears permanently to rest. The results will undoubtedly be negative.
Good luck, Eduardo from Madrid! (Although in reality I doubt you need it!) Be well.
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