Can such act lead to transmission of hiv?
Aug 29, 2013
Dear doc, I made a poor judgement yesterday by going to a nuru massage giver who also provides sexual services. I basically ended up having vaginal intercourse for less than a minute with a condom. Less than one minute because I came and had to withdraw. I removed the Condom properly nd discarded it in the trash bin. We didnt have any anal insertion or kissing on mouth, alhought she gave me a very light/soft blowjob(about 20 secs) earlier-before putting the condom on my erect penis. She cleaned my penis before and after the intercourse with something that smelled like disinfectant. She kept cleaning her hands with the disinfectant and also helped me clean mine. The rest of the time she gave me just hand massage. I don't know if she is hiv positive or not, may be not, I don't know. The whole session lasted only half hour. Since this is the first time with a stranger, I am worried if I have caught any hiv. Part of me says, based on the above described details, that I m unnecessarily freaking out. Can you please assess the case and help resolve my fear, whether legit or not.
Thank you. Tim
Response from Mr. Cordova
The condom protected you from HIV, and many other STD's. I would not be concerned.
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