Jan 9, 2013
On DEC 1st I went to a strip club and recieved a brief handjob from a stripper----She wet her hands with her mouth----what are the chances of contracting hiv? Since then I have fatigue starting couple days after this with nausea that helped when I took otc meds.....I woke up two nights in a row a week later from sweating--sheets were not covered just my chest was seating-I guess they call that mild sweats---then 24 Days later I had mouth ulcers which were gone very quickly--Never had a fúever, soar throat, never had a diarrea although i only pooped once a day and i felt like i had to more(constipation), never had a raash although to I have seen a few bumps here and there that come and go....I guess am I at risk or could all the stress and anxiety be causing some of these things..I am on the internet 24 hours a day looking for things
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi There is no risk for HIV transmission from receiving a hand job. HIV transmission does not happen through saliva. I'm feeling that your anxiety is causing your symptoms. If your symptom continue or increase I would recommend following up with your health care provider for evaluation but it is not HIV.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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