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I recently kissed a prostitude on her face, pressed her breasts and rubbed her vagina and then immediately touched my penis head and did masterbat. I may had vaginal fluids or breast milk on the hand while touching my penis. And I also doubt I may had chapped lips or ulcer & assume she also had pimples or cuts on her face where i kissed. Now i am afraid of HIV, so please suggest me whether these activities are put me in risk of HIV?
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replied April 27th, 2011
Hello, and thank you for your medical question on e Health Forum.

Every act of unprotected sex or mutual masturbation - does not lead to HIV infection.

First, the chances that the concerned woman was indeed HIV positive is a point to be determined.

The need for HIV testing depends on how high risk does the person has for HIV infection. If the risk is very high, then testing for HIV is advisable.

The risk of HIV infection is high with unprotected intercourse with partner of unknown HIV status, risky sexual behavior, multiple sexual partners, IV drug use, and association with other STDs.

The description of your actions do indicate that the risk of infection with HIV is higher. (But less than that of a complete sexual intercourse). Though the chances of infection might be very less, but getting tested to get over your anxiety will be helpful.

HIV is diagnosed based on the serological detection in the blood samples.

A person after exposure to HIV can get tested as early as 4 weeks to 12 weeks with the ELISA for HIV antibody test.

If a test is done at 12 weeks after exposure, and it is negative and there is no need to repeat the test again.

I hope this helps.

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