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does Sweat contain HIV?
Dec 30, 2013

Hi.please help me.please. last night i sleep on the a woman's tummy. i don't use candom, but i must say i have no anal,vaginal,oral sex with her. i have a masturbation with her. not by hand. by her surface of tummy.is it possible if she has HIV postive then now i get HIV?even i don't kiss her lips.i only rub my penis on her tummy.now is it possible i get HIV.(i am a Scrupulous person )

Response from Mr. Glenn

There is absolutely no risk for HIV from the situation you're describing.

A person can not ever get HIV from sweat.

HIV is only transmitted when a fluid carrying it (blood, semen, vaginal fluid, breast milk) comes out of someone's body and goes inside of someone else's body. All of this needs to happen. None of this happened in your case.

Hope this helps!

Erik



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