|Accidental insertion into anus
Apr 4, 2008
Hi Doc I am a gay man from England and I am worried about an encounter I have had. I got fairly drunk with a gay guy I met on the internet and we went back to his place. We had mainly masturbation but at one point I thought I inserted my penis into his butt at least up to the Sphincter for a short while. I can't remember how long. What are the chances of transmission of hiv if my penis only inserted slightly into the anus. I would appreciate a response to this. Worried. Andrew
| Response from Dr. Frascino
"Accidental" insertion of your penis into your buddy's backdoor????? Hmm . . . OK, if you say so. So you think you might have accidentally inserted your tallywhacker into your buddy's butt up to the sphincter. Usually that's something one would be rather certain about, one way or the other. OK Andrew, it seems your throbbing one-eyed monster went exploring unprotected into your buddy's nether regions and since you aren't really sure exactly what happened, we would have to assume you had at least a very brief potential exposure. I'd suggest you get a single rapid HIV test at the three-month mark to put any residual fears permanently to rest. I'd also suggest you stock up on condoms and water-based lubricant to avoid any future "accidental insertions!"
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