|breast sucking and handjob from a pregnant sex worker
Apr 14, 2012
dear shannon, I get a handjob from a sex worker 1 week ago... during a handjob, I suck her nipple... and then she said that she's 5 months pregnant, first child... and I ask her whether she already lactating or not, she said not, and milk haven't come out of her nipple... just that, no kissing, no sexual intercourse, no blowjob, no anal... when I visit her, I got a flu like symptom, an uncomfortable feel in my uvula, but it's not painful when I eat and drink...I haven't been into sexual intercourse, and just get an unprotected blowjob once by a sex worker back in 2008,but 3-6 months since that incident I got a HIV test and it's non-reactive and I'm fine and not having any heavy sickness till now... so is there any risk of infection? nb: sometimes I visit a massage parlor and get a handjob... please answer my question.. I'm worried to the max... thank you for your help
| Response from Ms. Southall
HI Breast milk doesn't occur until the baby is born. There is some women who have Pre milk happen but the usually occurs during the 8th and 9th month.
Peace of mind can come if you get yourself tested. But also know that having flu like symptoms doesn't mean HIV. You could very well be getting the flu or other virus.
From what you have described from your experience HIV transmission did not occur.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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