May 14, 2014
Please help me clear my head. So last night I had a sexual encounter with someone' who is hiv positive, but he told me he was none detectable so I played it safe and hold him that we should just jerk off. I felt good about that part. So he asked if he could see me ejaculate and I told him sure. As soon as I ejaculated he started to lick my stomach where the cum was. I have bumps and a rash from the heat where he licked. I'm worried that his saliva was infected and got into one of my bumps or into my irritated rash. I'm i gonna be okay?
| Response from Mr. Cordova
Saliva cannot transmit the virus. Only four fluids are capable of transmitting HIV. They are:
2: Semen including pre-ejaculatory fluid
3: Vaginal Secretions
4: Breast Milk
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