|Sex with Clothes on
Aug 22, 2012
I had an protected sex with a girl whose HIV status I am unaware off some 7 years back and while in process of having sex my penis become flaccid so she told me to stop.. to my horror condom was covering only 1/4 of my penis...she adjusted my condom again and I had sex with her...after that incident exactly 34 days I came up with classic acute HIV symptoms namely Fever, diarrhea,swollen lymph nodes,headaches, sore throat,rash,Nausea..which persisted for 4 days...after which I was too scared to do the HIV test...since then for seven years I had abstain from having sex until recently where I met a girl where I masturbated(simulated) having sex with my underwear/jeans on and then again I masturbated with only underwear this time and ejaculated semen in my underwear only and that point within a couple of minutes she came on top and started to simulate a sex and she was completely naked, although we never penetrated...and I was wearing my underwear, but I reckon my underwear was wet with my semen and probably that have touched her vagina for one minute after which 1 stopped her and put two thick towels between her Vagina and my wet underwear...so was worried for her whether I have infected her and have this guilt feeling...although I myself don't know my HIV status..I don't mind I be infected..provided she is not infected and I promise won't ever repeat this stupid action of mine and put other people life in jeopardy..wanted to know whether she is in any sort of risk?
| Response from Mr. Cordova
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