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Sex with an escort not sure if it touched when it was removed
Jan 12, 2013

hi Dr i am 37 yrs old . I had sex with an escort (first ) who is about 20 years of age asked her if she'd any problem,sickness,std,Hiv she replied in negative. She belongs to a high end family she practices safe sex every time. while having sex i used a condom it never leaked or broke but i'm not sure whether it touched my penis on removing it after the intercourse.i immediately washed and took a hot shower. she also did oral( i checked and she had no cuts/bleed anywhere in the mouth) just for a min or a couple or even less than a min as i decided against ). i started cold and cough before we met i had a loosemotions twice after a day may be it was anxiety after reading the reviews. i am scared now and cannot sleep i feel ashamed of myself and feel guilty.i have vowed not to repeat under any cost. Dr pls advise me how to overcome this guilt , my risk and the safety steps now. thanks pr

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there:

I would not be concerned. HIV transmission would not occur from simply having the condom touch your skin as you took it off.

In health,

Richard



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