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On 03/03/12 i had an exposure with masseur. I had hot coffee in the afternoon which burned by lower lips, it was a raw burn with active bleeding spots as I m on warfarin. The area of erosion extended to the mucosal as well as the skin part of the lower lip.The guy tried to kiss me on my lips.I tried to keep my mouth closed and avoided deep kissing. i could feel some saliva coming in contact with the area of erosion and seeping in my mouth, which i immediately avoided by wiping my lips with my hands. He also applied some oil to this penis (circumsized) and tried to enter me which immediately i opposed but i could feel his pressure of penis head on my anus.But i am sure i didnt allow him to enter me, so he eventually went for frottage and came in between my thighs in 2 mins. I am scared as later he told me that he has never been tested for HIV and he has ****** many guys with almost 50% guys with out condom.This has totally shattered me.Postepisode i had a good bath with soap after 15 mins.
I am really worried about the,
1) Kiss where i had active bleeding spots
2) If some cum has stuck to my anal opening
3) The guy came in between my thighs. Is there any chance of HIV transmission if i had scratches in between my thighs.
Post incident i started getting pain in my anal region with constipation. Examined by a surgeon who said that I have an anal fissure with sentinel pile. But I m aware of this sentinal pile since many days but was never aware of anal fissure.I am sure that i didnt allow him to enter me but there was a single pressure on the pile. I am really worried. I m also Hepatitis B + since many years but negative for last 1 year, so i started myself on PEP of Duovir 1 tab OD and taking 1 tab/day (started on low dose because of history of hepatitis). But i started experiencing side effects like nausea right hypochondriac discomfort skin hypersensitivity oral soreness and feeling of body warmth.I got my tests done HIV DUO Negative & LFT SGPT 64
Thank you for your post and welcome to our forum.
After reading the description of the events, I am confident that you did not put yourself at risk of HIV infection, even if the other man was positive.
Kissing does not involve HIV risk at all whatosever, even in the presence of burns, as saliva does not carry the virus.
And as far as I can understand, there was no actual anal penetration, and therefore no risk to you, even if he ejaculated on your thighs, and it is extremely difficult to infect even if you had scratches or a fissure. You need to have penetration in order to be at risk. Therefore I would not deem any of these activities risky from the point of HIV infection and I would have never recommeded PEP in your case.
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