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Touched penis after removing condom.

Hi,I had sex with a prostitue on 20th july. I used condom and i am sure it was not broken or leaked. But after removing condom, which may have some vaginal fluid, immediately i touched my penis head and tip and kept hand there for about 2 mins. Now...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hello,Your question is similar to many others already posted in the archives. Have a look. Your HIV-acquisition risk is so remote it's essentially nonexistent. Your fears are unwarranted. If you wish to get a definitive HIV-antibody test, you'll... Read more »

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Reducing the Risk of Getting HIV From Sexual Activities

...possible) advisable to ejaculate on someone else's penis or labia, nor to touch the genitals with someone else's fresh semen or vaginal secretions on the hand. Solo Masturbation With solo masturbation there is no fear of infection. Anything... Read more »
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Condoms

...activity. Condoms can protect the mouth, vagina or rectum from HIV-infected semen. They can protect the penis from HIV-infected vaginal fluids and blood in the mouth, vagina, or rectum. They also reduce the risk of spreading other sexually... Read more »
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Safer Sex Guidelines

...likely to be infected, although HIV might be able to enter the penis, especially if it has contact with HIV-infected blood or vaginal fluids for a long time or if it has any open sores. Some men think that they can't transmit HIV if they pull... Read more »
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How Risky Is It?

...receptive partner. However, there is some risk for the active partner in anal or vaginal sex. It's possible for HIV to enter the penis through any open sores, through the moist lining of the opening of the penis, or through the cells in the... Read more »
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very anxious...need help

Posted by Anonymous
...(no bleeding but skin was kind of ragged-rash like). She was also playing with herself prior to the oral so I'm afraid some vaginal fluid may have been passed from her hands to my penis during the oral act. How risky is this oral act... Read more »

why anal sex is more riskier than oral sex

Posted by mick, 2 Replies
i hope i will keep posting my questions here and i'd like to ask why anal sex is more dangerous than oral sex? Read more »

YO JAM

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...feeling better still not totally convinced but will sleep better. as far as your last question i have played that scene in my head a dozen times but that test hasn't come back neg in any of them. maybe now it will. thank you.........mc Read more »

Vaginal Fluid / Cut on Penis

Posted by Anonymous
...exposure involved frontage with unknown female of unknow status. No condom on penis, against bare backside. She may have used vaginal fluid as lubricant but i can't be sure as she was not facing me. There was no penetration at any time. I... Read more »