thrd tme postng my queston!!!!
Dec 26, 2012
what is my risk at ths positon please answer me! had sex wth a girl whom dont know had protected sex wth condom but happened some poston when put my penis wth condom to her vajina m pens got lttle and she started to lick t wth the same condom wth whch was already nsde her..so she licked her vajina fluid wth her mouth and than she start to lick my anus...aftre 1 hour my anus start to burn lttle bt all nght t dsturbed me started litching and after one day ached and even now there n my anus s swillings and some wound saw there nsde hole so should be catched hv like that???thanks ...
Response from Ms. Southall
Hi Good for you for using condoms! That is the first big step in staying safe. Oral sex carries the lowest risk of HIV transmission and so what she did was very small. The risk for HIV transmission to happen anally is with insertive sex not with liking and sucking around the anal area.
Secondly if it were HIV, symptoms such as you are experiencing are not HIV related. You could have picked up another type of sexually transmitted infection. If your symptoms continue I would recommend your following up with your health care provider but again it's not HIV.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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