condom slippery!! extremly anxious!! will donate!!!
Feb 11, 2007
Dear Dr Bob, 6 weeks ago i had sex with a prostitue who told me she was negative. the thing is i was wearing a condom for the entire act, but i could feel that the condom was not covering my entire P***s and at the time of the ejaculation i felt like the condom was slipping so got out immediatly and i finished ejaculating outside of here while the condom was stucked inside of her but just at the opening of her vagin. i don't know if i had a contact with her and i might had irritation on my skin due to masturbation. i had a few symptomes (fever night sweat and caught) 2 weeks after the incident which last for 2-3 days and i took a test 4.5 weeks after the contact and it came back negative. do you think i am at risk? thanks again how can i donate? jordan
Response from Dr. Frascino
From what you've told me, your HIV risk would be negligible. Your negative 4.5-week test is encouraging, but not conclusive. A test at the three-month mark will provide you with a definitive result. The odds are astronomically in your favor that you did not become HIV infected from this episode.
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Good luck, Jordan.
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