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Hello I am a teenage female who is vertical scared and dealing with depression because of this! ABout 2 months ago I had an encounter with a guy who I found out after was hiv positive . Basically what happened was we had lots of kissing which I no carries low to no risk . Then we had genital rubbing for about 10 min. He then got comfortable and “tried” to enter me . I was actually coming off my period and still had in a tampon . He pressed against my vagina opening trying to go in so I jus felt much pressure I do not feel he went inside but if he did it was the head of the penis for about 5-7 seconds after I realized and said stop ! No I don’t want to do this nomore so we stopped . A week later I found out I had trichomoniasis.. several people say that std is VERy easy to pass along but I’m so afraid of this HIV transmission. No we didn’t have sex but Idk if what did happened was risky ! Please help me!! I can’t get to a doctor right now and I’m going crazy . Please help !!

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replied February 13th, 2018
HIV and AIDS Answer A63129
As per the history, if there was no ejaculation inside the vagina then the risk of HIV infection would be very unlikely.

But other possible infections like gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, etc can definitely be associated with such exposures.

Hence it would be recommended to consult a STD clinic and seek proper medical opinion and screening tests .

I hope this helps.

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