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Is hiv present if a women rubs outside vagina
Oct 21, 2008

If a women were to rub the outside of her vagina and then rub her breast but no fluid was visible then I rubbed her breast and and masterbated am I at risk for transmision of HIV ?

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

You're wondering if HIV can travel from the outside of a vagina via the touch of a hand and travel to the breast by touch ("but no visible fluid") and then travel from the breast via a different hand and ultimately arrive on your throbbing tallywhacker as you burp the nephew and thereby result in HIV transmission??? Gosh, just how infectious and contagious do you think HIV is? That virus would have to have a lot of frequent flyer miles to get all the way to your Mr. Happy via that route. HIV is virus not a Southwest Airlines flight with multiple connections between her Bermuda Triangle and your Mount Everest! Frevinsakes! Your HIV-acquisition risk is nonexistent. If HIV were transmitted that easily, it would have wiped out the entire planet long ago. Take a read through the archives of this forum to gain a better understanding of HIV transmission.

Be well.

Dr. Bob



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