Hand job, Fellatio and HIV AIDS risk.
Oct 24, 2013
I am 29 year old male from India. Last week I got a full body massage from a woman in a spa.
I was nude during the massage. I am not circumcised. I got vigorous handjob from masseur and at the end I ejaculated in her mouth without touching. During ejaculation, she touched end of my penis with her tongue for 2 seconds.
She also massaged my anus crack and butt hole for a minute but without penetration of fingers.
Nothing more happened. She was completely clothed during the entire process. She accepted that she is promiscuous.
As I was afraid I checked her hands, there were no visible cuts or wounds. I am not aware about cuts and sores on her mouth / tongue.
I want to ask you: 1. What are the chances from above that I will get AIDS/ HIV or any other STD? 2. What if she touched her tongue to my penis and if she is HIV positive since she accepted that she does it in return of money ? 3. Can you elaborate on this and some more advice or opinion?
Response from Dr. Wohl
There is no exposure here that can lead to HIV. The virus is not transmitted from hands to genitals and the brief tongue to penis contact does not impress me.
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