Protected Encounter, any exposure?
Jan 10, 2012
Dear Richard, About three weeks ago,I had an exposure with a transsexual. We performed oral sex to each other with condoms, then I topped her about 1-2 mins with condom on, at last, I rubbed my penis with the condom on against her anal for about a minute until I cum. All protected with condoms. This is the only single incident that I had. I had a STD (except HIV) test and they all came back negative. Do you see any exposure to HIV? Do you think I should get tested for HIV after three months? Thanks!
Response from Mr. Cordova
Your condom use effectively protected you against HIV. Because you used a condom during penetrative sex, there is no reason to test for this incident in particular.
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