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with dry lips and pimples
Feb 28, 2013

Hi, I have sex 4-5 times with a strangers with whom I have done 2 activities mostly 1) Mutual Masturbation, where I masturbate his penis, and rub my penis with the same hand, I think my hands was partailly wet with his precum in one occasion

2) I kisses him over his body, I later notice that I am having chapped lips...some minute pimples beneath my lips,Suppose he have some bleedings then any chances of getting me infected....

For almost 2 years I never had any penatration and I tested negative for both HIV and hepatatis 1 year back, Do I need to be afraid of getting infection ?

Thanks

Response from Mr. Glenn

Thanks for your question,

There is no risk from what you're talking about. None of that had a risk for HIV.

There would need to be a body fluid carrying HIV (blood, semen, breast milk, or vaginal fluid) coming out of someone's body and going immediately/directly inside of yours.

Even if there were HIV+ body fluid, it still needs a way to get inside your body. That's not going to happen through your hand or chapped lip.

Hope this helps!

Erik



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