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I went to a bathhouse and let another man give me a handjob. Once I came, he rubbed his finger on my urethra. Can I get an STI from this?
Hi, and thanks for your question. Though not impossible, a person would be unlikely to get an STI from the type of contact you describe. If a person had an infection like syphilis or herpes that can be passed by skin to skin contact and they touched that area of themselves immediately prior to touching you, it might be possible to pass the virus or bacteria to you. Or if they had ejaculate on... Read Full Answer
Hi i am a male 29 had a exposure with breast milk of a lactating woman hiv status don't know after 15 days of exposure i got geographical toung or something like lychin planus white patch on the tongue and itching and nausea know At 3 months Hiv1...
Hi, and thanks for your question While HIV can technically be passed through breastmilk, we typically see this from a mother who has HIV to an infant when the baby actually ingests breastmilk during regular breastfeeding multiple times per day. If the breastmilk only came in contact with your skin, then there would not be a risk. And as you’ve pointed out, the HIV status of your partner is... Read Full Answer
I have recently been diagnosed with trichomoniasis, yesterday at 8 pm i took my single dose of tinidazole and today my boyfriend took his dose at 3 pm but after 2 hours i gave him a blowjob without swallowing any of his semen though. is there any risk in this? assuming that the antibiotic is probably still in my system? will the antibiotics still work and treat the infection? i will abstain from anything sexual from now on
Hi, and thanks for your question There’s actually not a lot of information out there about the possibility of passing trichomoniasis through oral sex. The American Centre for Disease Control and Prevention states that it is theoretically possible to pass the infection this way but there are few reports to back this up and demonstrate an actual risk. Have a look at what they say on the Centre... Read Full Answer
Is skin in anus/rectum more sensitive for hiv transmission than normal skin if is irritated, damaged etc? During normal touch or massage (not sexual acts).
Hi, and thanks for writing in. HIV is passed through blood and body fluid (semen, vaginal fluid and breast milk). This means that it is passed from person to person through sexual contact (vaginal and anal intercourse), or sharing needles to inject intravenous drugs with a person who has HIV. It is not passed through any skin-to-skin contact like touching, massage, or kissing. If an... Read Full Answer
Hi I went to a escort don’t had any kind of sex ,is to possible to acquire hiv or any other disease through dry humping I was wearing my underwear all the time but I ejaculated in it at the end should I get tested
Hi I have not heard of, or seen any sexually transmitted infections (STI) pass when dry humping, it is probably one of the safest ways to have sex. Given this there would be no need to test for this event. Since most STI do not show symptoms we recommend that people get tested every 3-6 months if they have had any type of activity that could pass a STI. Let us know if you have any more... Read Full Answer