Humping with cloths on
Jun 4, 2010
Can hiv be transmitted if a gal (if she is HIV +)is rubbing her vagina on my penis (both are wearing undergarments only). And the gal discharges her vaginal secreation which makes the boys underagrment moist. Can there be transmission if the moist under garment of boy touches his urethra. No visible fluid on penis. 2. lastly, if i have touched my mosit undergarment and then touched my penis foreskin (inner fore skin)after one minute. can there be transmission
Please please and please give me a reason for yr answer if possible. Also I can make a donation of 50 dollars only. How i can make it....
Response from Dr. Frascino
Humping while wearing your tighty-whities is not considered an HIV-transmission risk, even if your gal-pal gets the undergarments moist. The clothes would absorb the fluid and the chance you could get an adequate amount of infected vaginal fluids into your urethra would be essentially nonexistent. As always, if you think you've placed yourself at risk for HIV, get an HIV-antibody test at the three-month mark. I have no doubt your test would be negative.
Donation information for The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation can be found on the foundation's Web site at (www.concertedeffort.org). Thank you for your willingness to help others in need. In return I'm sending you my good-luck karma that you are HIV negative.
Good luck. Be well.
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