|Handjob & nipple sucking - HIV risk
Oct 28, 2012
Today I visited a strip club , I tried sucking her nipple once or twice , I took it in my mouth , now I am scared to Death. I asked her if she is lactating(giving milk) for which she laughed & said she don't have any baby for producing milk.
I never had Sex (vaignal or anal or oral) with any lady, however I did received handjobs, after verifying their hands for any open cuts,sores or warts.Recently I had blood , urine test to know my sugar level,Red blood & white blood cells count,testerone level,everything came back normal , however Doctor mentioned my testerone levels are bit low and suggested me to use some lotion on my shoulder.
1.Is nipple sucking poses risk , even if she is not lactating? assume if she is HIV+? 2.I masturbate regulary , sometimes 3 or 4 times a day . Could this might be the reason for my low testerone levels?
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi HIV transmission occurs through a direct exchange of body fluid, semen, vaginal fluid or blood. Breast milk is a risk for mother to child due to the high volume the baby consumes.
So nipple sucking is not a risk. I'm not sure about the testosterone level this is something to ask your health care provider.
be well and stay safe, Shannon
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