Will I get HIV from a person caress me?
Jun 20, 2012
The thing is this, i went to a park and jog. So, this sex worker was offering her service around the park. Before she noticed me, she was already going around touching guys and seducing guys. She then came to me and start talking to me. She sat very close to me. Then she started to grope my penis with my shorts on.After a while, She slip her hands under my running shorts and touch my penis. i quickly pull her hand away. She continue to grope my penis with my shorts on while offering her services. She hug and cuddle me too. She even reveal her boobs and put my hands on her boobs. So i had contact with her boobs. Will i get HIV from these sort actions? Pls note that i was perspiring throughout the time.
And also, while i pull away her hands, my hands obviously came into contact with her hands. I know HIV can't pass through hugging and touching. But the thing is, i had some blisters on my hand. Will i get HIV through these blisters? Additional info, My blisters is dried up. Meaning its just some dead skin which im able to peel it.
Please help answer my queries pls? And note, Im a virgin. I have no sexual intercourse before.
Response from Mr. Cordova
No. You cannot catch HIV from situations like this. HIV needs direct access to the bloodstream for transmission to occur. Direct contact that occurs during unprotected penetrative sex, or sharing needles.
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