|plz reply me soon..i m dying daily...
Mar 2, 2013
dr one year ago i met a guy and we had sex..but with my under ware on..he deep kissed me and then hugged me ,,bt this all time i m on my under ware...he kissed my private part once and i dnt remember he was naked or not..after then he wore a condom and rubbed his penis on my legs very close to vagina..bt when he rubbed his penis i put my denim pant on...and he was wearing a condom too..bt i m scared of what was happen before he wore a condom..is it safe that he hugged me tightly with my under ware on and he was naked i think..my under ware was made of very thin fabric...can hiv pass through very thin underware if it was pores ,,dr plz answer can i get hiv from what i have done...i m strictly say no oral sex and no penetration involved...only rubbing bodies with my underware on..but i m scared that anyhow his penis touched my body...what do u think dr..can i get hiv from these activities,,,i dying day by day beacuse of fear..i feel i will die soon because of my fear..sorry 4 my bad english..i cant even sleep..plz answer me...this is my 1 st experience and i hate my self beacause of this..i hate my body too...
| Response from Dr. Wohl
Rubbing bodies does not transmit HIV. Your partner would have had to placed his penis inside of you and ejaculated. He did not so not risk of HIV.
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