A man ejaculated on me though I had my inner clothes and he had his inner cloth. Can there be a possibility that the semen passed through and can it lead to HIV transmission?
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replied September 13th, 2011
Hello and welcome to E health forum.

I understand your current anxiety due to fear of HIV.

From the history described, there is no risk of infection of HIV.

HIV is not transmitted via contact of sexual secretions (semen or blood) on the intact skin and especially when cloths are worn.

PLEASE NOTE that HIV is transmitted by any activity where body fluids are exchanged, such as:

1. Unprotected vaginal, anal and oral sex
2. Unhygienic Intravenous drug use
3. Poorly sterilized dental and medical equipment
4. Unhygienic tattooing
5. Unhygienic acupuncture
6. Poorly screened blood transfusions
7. HIV infected mother to child transmission

Remember, HIV is not transmitted by:

1. Hugging a person,
2. Dancing
3. Sharing food or drinks
4. Using a shower, bath, or bed used by an HIV person
5. Kissing (between people with no significant dental problems)
6. Sharing exercise equipment or
7. Bug bites

I hope this helps.
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