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Is It Possible To Get HIV From Frottage

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Frottage

Posted by nuthugger24, 2 Replies
Just wondering since my exposure included this: Has anyone ever heard of anyone testing hiv postive after being exposed to HIV positive seminal fluid during frottage? Also if a HIV positive persons seminal fluids get on recent razor burn can HIV... Read more »

frottage

Posted by Liloki, 2 Replies
I am a gay male who is worried that I have exposed myself to the hiv virus. My last partners is hiv positive, undetectable viral load and has otherwise good health. A week ago while we were naked in bed I began rubbing my penis on his anal region.... Read more »

Is frottage safe?

Posted by Justagirl, 2 Replies
I've searched The Body for an answer and can't seem to come up with one. Anyways, according to Dr. Bob, frottage is safe. But what happens if a guy who is not wearing a condom rubs his penis in my clitoral region? Is it possible to get infected?... Read more »

Risk of STD's including HIV from mutual masturbation and frottage?!

Posted by JoeD93, 1 Reply
About a week ago, I met a guy from online for a one night thing. Before this encounter, I gave a hand job to a guy a few days before and he ejaculated on my hand (not worried about that), but before that the last time I did anything sexual was in... Read more »

frottage exposure - scared to death

Posted by devilangel, 1 Reply
hi,

can anyone help me here? i am a little - in fact a lot , freaked out. i dont know wht to do. well i recently visited a private sex worker. we started with kissing and fondling. i rubbed her vagina and used some saliva to lubricate it. i then made... Read more »
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Frottage risk

Recently met a guy and on our second date we stripped down and started rubbing against each other using massage lotion. I am not sure if he came or not (I did not), we did have penis to penis contact, including mutual masturbation stroking both...
Richard Cordova III

Response from Richard Cordova III

Test Positive Aware Network
Hi, there:Frottage is a safer sex activity. HIV needs access to the bloodstream for an infection to occur. In the case of frottage, or mutual masturbation, it would be unlikely for that to happen. I would suggest discussing both you and your... Read more »

frottage

Recently I had an encounter with a guy I later found out was HIV +. We did not have any anal penetration, but we did have oral sex and he rubbed his penis on my anus and press it against my anus. He did not ejaculate either. I am concerned because I...
Lisa Hightow-Weidman, M.D., M.P.H.

Response from Lisa Hightow-Weidman, M.D., M.P.H.

University of North Carolina
Hello there-The risk from the activities you describe are low. First, your partners HIV viral load was undetectable. People with undetectable viral load in the blood have a much lower chance of transmitting HIV to others. Much of these data come... Read more »

Frottage Fears

Last night, I engaged in frottage with another man. Specifically, I rubbed my penis against his anus. While I'm pretty sure penetration did not occur, it felt as though the tip of my penis may have come into contact with the inner portion of...
Erik Glenn, M.A.

Response from Erik Glenn, M.A.

Chicago Black Gay Mens Caucus
Thanks for your question,I understand where your curiosity is coming from, but it's important to remember that the penis really needs to be <i>inside</i> the anus to possibly come in contact with the fluid (blood in this case) that... Read more »

mutual masturbation & penis-to-penis frottage - follow up

Hi Shannon, thanks a lot for answering my question. I am wondering how do you define "openings", and reason being that today I double checked my circumstanced foreskin and scarily I have found some tiny scratches like very small ones, but...
Shannon Southall

Response from Shannon Southall

Rocky Mountain CARES
Hi,It would have to be a significant opening and there would have to be significant amounts of semen to present a possibility of HIV transmission to occur. Also those openings had to have happened during your experience with this individual. If... Read more »
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