donated from dubai
Jul 4, 2009
I am living in dubai from last three years . last night made a terrible mistake , coming to the point
i want you to please estimate my risk point wise :
1. a chinese prostitute masturbated me without condoms , i did not checked her hands whether there is cut on that or not . she did not touched her vagina during masturbating me .
2. she put a condom ( cheap chinese condom , not sure whether latex or jute or any other condom ) on my penis . licked my penis shaft with condom hardly for 2 mts and then just less than a second licked my pensi pee hole .
please help me know can this type of no risk ( according to me ) can lead to hiv / herpes .
3. very light ksiing on her lips 4- 5 times ( i donot have any sores on my lips , ( dont see any sores on her outer lips with my naked eye)what are my chance to get herpes like this ,
plse tell me about herpes
4. i fingered her ass for 3 mts with my fingger ( intact skin ) no cut whatsoever on my finger .
TO CONCLUDE , PLESAE LET ME KNOW MY CHANCE OF HERPES / HIV FROM THIS EPISODE . EARLIER ALSO IN MY LIFE I HAD MASTURABTONS ( MORE THAN 20 TIMES )BY PROSTITUTES BUT ALWAYS USE CONDOMS .
DO YOU THINK MY SEX BEHAVIOUR FALLS UNDER LOW RISK CATEGORY AND I SHOULD NOT BE WORRIED ON THIS.
BELIEVE ME YOUR DETAILED RESPONSE WILL CHANGE MY LIFE .
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Dubai Guy,
Condom-protected masturbation is not a risk for HIV or other STDs (including herpes). Skin-to-skin contact can result in herpes transmission. However, based on your description, you followed all the safer sex guidelines.
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