|Am i at risk for HIV ? please help i cant stand the worry
Feb 3, 2013
so this is what happened: I had both vaginal and anal intercourse with this person, she also gave me oral sex, all of the above with a condom, this poses no risk at all right ? What i am concerned about is the following: at one moment she started licking my anus, it was brief because i didnt want it but her tongue, mouth and fingers too surely had contact with my hole, this unnerved me... we also kissed quite a bit and she masturbated me for a while in the foreplay, this without me having a condom, i assume this puts me at no risk of nothing, but just to be sure. I may be paranoid but this isnt something i did with a safe partner, it was a dumb mistake on my part, i cant help the anxiety and the awfull worry and guilt i need an expert to tell me if this puts me at hiv risk or not and if i may have got any other std. Is there anything at all i should worry about ?
Thanks a lot for your time.
| Response from Mr. Glenn
Thanks for your question,
Your intuition is right, there is no risk from what you're talking about.
Hope this helps!
P.S. "Safe" is a word when use only when talking about behaviors, never people. In other words, it's about what you do. Remember: the guilt you're talking about it related to what you did. And it wasn't risky.
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