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Hi there couple days ago i had a sex with an escort by appointment only i took a shower and she came back she wash my hands to make sure i'm clean than we started she put condom on my fellatio to give me oral sex and than she came on top of me than we did sideways when we did sideways the condom went inside her i pulled out and we put new condom on i think the condom went inside of her maby for 1-2 minute but at the end i came inside the condom my question is what are my risk for catching STD? when something like this happen do i need to go doctor or im safe? i have no history of STD i always put condom and check for STD every year they always come back negative im a bit worried that my condom went inside the escort what are my risks? thanku

Hi

Let me know if I got this wrong but is sounds like the condom slipped off while you were having vaginal sex.

The concern would be if you came in contact with any vaginal fluids when this happed, I could see that depending were the condom was when it slipped off that your penis may or may not have come in contact with vaginal fluids.

It sounds like you have been really safe with using condoms for vaginal/oral sex and going for STI testing on a regular basis. As it is possible that your penis may have come in contact with vaginal fluid I would recommend going in for a STI test, as this would be like having unprotected vaginal sex in terms of risk. In terms of the chance of something passing this is hard to know as it really depends if the person has an STI in the first place, even if they have an STI it is never 100% that it will pass the one time you have sex.

STI like chlamydia and gonorrhea usually show up in a urine test by 2 weeks so it best to wait at least 2 weeks before getting tested unless you develop symptoms e.g. discharge from penis, hurts when you pee, sores on the penis etc.… Blood tests that check for STI like HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B usually show up by 6 weeks on a test but can take up to 3 months to get a final result.

Given this I would recommend waiting 2 weeks before getting a STI check and then go back at 6 weeks to repeat the blood test. I would also consider getting the hepatitis B vaccine if you have not had it already. We know it can be a stressful for some people when they have to wait to do a test and then wait for the results. If this is happening for you, let us know if you need any help or support during this time.

In terms of using condoms in the future having a condom that fits better (feels comfortable and you can roll it down all the way) can decrease the chance of it slipping off and we also find that some people like using a female condom if they are having a problem with a male condom fitting.

Let us know if this does not answer your question or if you have any more questions or concerns.

Health Nurse

This answer was posted on June 12, 2019

Community comments

amirtava993 says:

Lets say my condom came off from me and my penis head touch the vagina and she was hiv + can you get hiv transmission from 1 tiny exposure or you need to have multiply exposure in order to hiv happen?

Health Nurse says:

Hi, and thanks for your follow up question.

The risk for HIV transmission from the type of contact you've described would be very low, though not impossible. HIV is present in vaginal fluid, but you would need to have substantial contact through penetrative intercourse for the virus to be transmitted to you this way. It can only take 1 exposure for HIV to be transmitted, but that is only if the person you're having sex with is HIV positive. If your partner is HIV negative, then there is no risk to you at all.

I hope this answers your question. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns

Health Nurse

amirtava993 says:

I am really mad and im always stressful about this since this accident happened i have to talk with my brother and my friends about they say i should be okay. when i go out i don’t talk to anyone i always feel depress that mabye if i do hiv test it might come positive my daily activities has been decreasing can you say please what are my chances my hiv test becomes negative?

Health Nurse says:

Hi
Your chances of having HIV passed to you would be low.  It’s normal to feel like this but it can be difficult to go for a HIV test when you expect the worst. Given that you are worried and starting to feel down it would be helpful to speak to a health care professional about this. It’s great that you have friends and family to support you. Also have a look at our worry page for additional information that may be helpful.

Health Nurse

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