|Tip of penis went into the anus
Jan 6, 2014
Thank you for all that you are doing here, you are the best source of knowledge about HIV on the net.
Today I was making out with a guy and one thing led to another. He started rubbing his penis against my anus and pushed it, like if he wanted to get in. I am afraid that the tip of his penis went into my anus. It didn't hurt but I was so dilated, I think it might have gone in and I didn't notice. Does that pose a high risk of acquiring HIV?
Thank you very much
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi Thank you for your comments and we are happy to be here to answer your questions.
Unfortunately anytime you have unprotected exposure you put yourself at risk for not just HIV but all of the other sexually transmitted infections. I would recommend that you see your healthcare provider for a full screening of all the STI's. HIV transmission can only occur when there is a direct and prolonged exposure to body fluids, semen, vaginal fluid, blood or mother to child through breast feeding. This most commonly occurs through unprotected vaginal or anal sex and sharing of needles. Casual contact, sharing utensils, drinking after someone, etc are not way for HIV transmission to occur. If you go to this link HIV101 it will take you to our page that talks about the ways in which HIV is and is not transmitted.
The peace of mind that you need will come from the results of all the test.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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