The risk of what you have described is virtually non-existent, Specifics:
1. Blood in his mouth is not of concern to you. You do not know that he is HIV infected. Even if he is, there is no indication there was blood in his mouth. Finally, the nature of this exposure is not risky for you.
2. Contact of semen with your hand is not risky. That this occurred in the shower makes it even less risky as any infectious material, were it there, would quickly be diluted and washed away.
3. No risk to you.
4. The that hand with which he masturbated then was used to masturbate you is sot a risky exposure, even if there was a small amount of residual semen (which is unlikely).
Finally, if he was infected (and statistically this is unlikely) for water that came from him to you in the process of rinsing off to infect you would be unheard of.
Once again, your exposure was very low risk. Do not be concerned. EWH
Thank you for this post. I agree that there is a lack of good sex/HIV education in our schools - we only read about HIV related issues in headlines & magazines - all reporting horror stories!
For the sake of my education as well as for those who I can also educate, am I correct in saying that HIV is transmitted via unprotected vaginal/anal sex and sharing of needles with a HIV possitive individual and that testing is accurate from 6 weeks? Or is there more I should be aware of??
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