Unprotected Oral for 10 secs, Protected Vaginal for 2 mins, & stop.
Dec 29, 2011
im freaked out right now. had met with a prostitute yesterday, told her to cap me for blowjob but she forgot & she did it for bout 10 secs before i told her to stop. then we did protected vaginal sex, about 2 minutes missionary, told her to change position, but because her genital is kinda smell bad so i stopped, and wash myself... i even wash my genital with a sanitizer when i got home. now i saw somthing like a ringworm or lesion on my thigh close to the genital (still on the thigh side).. that part was a bit itchy yesterday few hours after the sex (not sure because i kept wash it a lot or maybe coz of the sanitizer).
i feel seeing that prostitute was the stupidiest mistakes i ever did... didnt had a good time & now im worried... but im curious and hadnt had sex with wife for almost a year...
please tell me what is my risk, and advise me what & when should i take test (for other std's too if possible)... many thanks in advance...
Response from Mr. Cordova
This incident doesn't pose a threat for HIV. Given the short amount of time since the incident, it's likely just an abrasion from washing to much. If the mark does not go away in a day or two, I would recommend seeing a doctor, to find out what it could be.
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