|What would you do...
Jan 10, 2010
Dear Dr Bob, Fist of all I wanna wish you Happy New Year and long healty life. I have to ask you some things because this is the place where you can get honest advice.I will donate very soon. What is my risk: 1.Last year plenty of vaginal sex with condom,I m sure it didnt failed,as I know... (but 3 times oral sex without condom) 2.One time vaginal sex with comdom,but with presence of little blood on condom ,and then when I was pulling out my penis to achieve orgasm I polluted him with that blood,in this case condom didnt break. Sorry for very bad English:( Greetings from Croatia. - MAX -
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hey Max from Croatia,
In general I'd say "Relax Max;" however, I'm a bit unclear about the "polluting" of your Mr. Happy. If the latex condom remained intact and was used properly, your HIV risk would be essentially nonexistent. Unprotected oral sex carries only a slight risk for HIV transmission barring unusual circumstances. Just to be certain, particularly because you feel you placed yourself at risk for HIV, I'd recommend you get a single HIV-antibody test at least three months from the time of your last encounter.
Good luck. Be well.
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