Hey Bob...This is kind of embarassing...but i would appreciate your answer... thanks in advance buddy.
Jun 18, 2009
Hey Bob, I have a question i would really appreciate your assistance on this... Its kind of an embarassing question but i have no one else to ask this too. In a nutshell, I was given a handjob in a hot jacuzzi tub, i ejaculated in the tub, however i noticed that before I got in the tub.. i would say 5mins before... 2 guys were in the tub roughly the same spot.
What i would like to know is.. say they ejaculated in the tub also, and i ejaculated 5mins after them... would i be at risk of HIV being entered into me? (If it were present)
I heard HIV cannot live in conditions like that, but could you please confirm? Does the time i took to get in the tub hold any significance? Or does HIV die right away in those conditions?
Thanks alot Bob.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Just how many studs have unloaded a squirt of baby batter in that hot bubbly Jacuzzi anyway?
Your HIV-acquisition risk is nonexistent. Hot Jacuzzis are a very inhospitable environment for HIV. HIV would not survive. Plus, there would be a dilutional effect. Consequently your HIV risk is indeed zero, OK? You might be coated with icky, sticky coagulated spunk when you climb out of that luv-tub, but you won't be HIV infected, OK?
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