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Hi, i am scared to death about acquiring HIV. Here is my concern. I was at a strip club went to a private room with a girl and masturbated her with my fingers. As i was kissing her hips and breast i could have touched her body with the hand i used to finger her and then kissed that area a few second - minute later. I remember touch her breast and then kissing them. Is this oral sex and am i at risk of HIV, please be honest i need to know. Thx!
Hi, Thanks for writing. The short answer is: No, that is generally not considered to be oral sex, and no, there is no risk for HIV is the activities you describe. The longer answer is: We wouldn't consider the activities you described to be "oral sex". While it's possible that some of your partner's sexual fluids were on her skin, and you may have gotten them in your mouth, that is not... Read Full Answer
Can you have sex immediately after the seven days of treatment of gonorrhea
Hi, The short answer is yes. So long as you have abstained from sex for 7 days after the start of your treatment, then you can have sex on day 8. The antibiotics for Gonorrhea take 7 days to cure the infection. The symptoms for Gonorrhea usually go away in a few days after treatment, but we say to abstain from sex for the full 7 days to make sure the infection is not passed to anyone else. To... Read Full Answer
Hello,i had a blister on my ankle from wearing the new shoes, my blister was fresh and as size as a coin (in was about 1.5 cm), and my blister was popped by my shoes pressure, also it bleed about one drop,it wasn't actively blooding, but my skin was inflamed and irritating. and i let my blister open to dry(didn’t use band aid). now my question is it possible hiv or hep c transmit through this kind of injury like blister(epidermis was completely destroyed and dermis layer was being shown and...
Hi, Thanks for writing. We do not see HIV passed through ankle sores. If you have an open sore on your genitals, then that could be a risk for HIV. However, the chance of any HIV-positive blood or sexual fluids coming in contact with your ankle sore is very, very low. We would not recommend HIV testing if this ankle sore if your only risk factor for HIV. HIV does not live long... Read Full Answer
After a urine test some traces of protein have been found present what medicine should I use for cure
Hi, Thanks for writing. Protein in the urine can be caused by a number of different things, from dehydration to serious health conditions. We generally do not see protein in urine associated with HIV or STIs. We would recommend that you go see a health care provider in person and discuss your symptoms with them. We would recommend returning to the place where you had your urine tested, as they... Read Full Answer
My exposure is about 30 seconds protected sex and 5 sec unprotected recieving blowjob from a sex worker and my hiv test negetive after 9 months my only question does need any STD test for 5 sec unprotected received blowjob I don't know status of the worker
Hi, Thanks for writing. We do not see HIV passed through receiving oral sex. We would not recommend HIV testing if the oral sex you describe is your only risk for HIV. However, other STIs are easily passed through oral sex. Other STIs that can be passed through oral sex are: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, and HPV. We would recommend STI testing for anyone who is sexually active.... Read Full Answer