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hi .i would like to know whether i am at risk of hiv .i had sex on 6thfeb 2010.i had protected intercourse but few minutes later i noticed blood on the condom so the sex worker wiped the condom with a tissue and performed oral.then she removed the condom and performed oral until i came.i want to know what is the risk of hiv transmission from the condom to her mouth to my penis and infecting me.

i am about to get tested but i cant sleep because of this incident ..
some one please please answer my question.
thanks a lot


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replied March 29th, 2010
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A10977
Thank you for your question on ehealthforum.com

Any one with HIV infection can transmit the infection during intercourse, if the sex is unprotected and the partner, this is especially so when the partner has an open wound.

If sex worker is positive for HIV, as you had unprotected sex due to removal of condom during the act, you are at risk. It is advisable to consult sexual health specialist and undergo necessary serological tests to rule out infection and seroconversion. Thank you.



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