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saliva with percum on little cut
Mar 25, 2009

Dear Robert, it is very inspirational to read your answers. And I would never risk myself again if I know so much about HIV. Recently I had a one night stand with a guy on the internet. As I had a small cut around my anus which is only bleeding if I wipe my ass very hard. it is only tiny bit blood on the toilet paper. I worried I may get infected as I used my saliva to moist my anus which can have that guy's precum, I am not sure I am bleeding or not at that moment. Do you think I have chance to get HIV? Many thanks!!! I will follow the link to make a donate to your organizations

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

Your HIV risk from your partner's pre-cum in your mouth being transmitted in your saliva to a non-bleeding small cut on your butt is essentially nonexistent. (If you had penetrative sex after you moistened your back-door, hopefully you used a latex or polyurethane condom for protection.)

Donation information for the Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation can be found on the foundation's Web site at www.concertedeffort.org.

Be well. Stay well. Stay safe.

Dr. Bob



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