|Should I be concerned?
Aug 15, 2008
Thank you for the knowledge and higher understanding that this website provides! I had a brief sexual encounter with an exotic dancer 4 days ago STD status unknown. She masturbated me breifly then i put a condom on. She briefly gave me oral sex With the condom on, then very briefly vaginal sex less than 10 minutes.I am pretty sure i was not even totally inside her if i am not mistaken, i did orgasm. after, she pulled the condom off. i was never in contact with it, but did not see or notice any signs of breakage or leakage i am almost positive there wasnt any breakage, also i was fully clothed and did not feel skin on skin exposure of any kind. except for my pants being unzipped and my penis out. Went home directly after and showered. My questions are, what are my risks of HIV or Std exposure? Should i be worried?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You had sex with an exotic dancer and remained "fully clothed and did not feel skin-on-skin exposure of any kind" (except for your pants being unzipped and your condom-enshrined penis hanging out). Plus, you are "pretty sure (you) were not totally insider her if you are not mistaken." Hmm . . . dude, did you at least get a partial refund on your investment? No doubt your activities were remarkably safe and essentially HIV-risk free. Should you be worried? No, certainly not about HIV. However, you might worry about paying for full service and only getting pseudo-sex (albeit safe pseudo-sex). At any rate, whatever floats your boat safely is fine and dandy with me.
Be well. Stay well.
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