I had sex with 2 sex workers on dec2, with condom protected. But still I am worried of being contacted with HIV
I am not sure they 2 are HIV +ve, but my dumb mistake is really killing me.
Following is what happened.
After shower, we got on to bed. First lady dressed the condom to me. Since I am uncircumsied. It was little hard to wear the condom.
But finally she managed to pull down.
She gave me a blowjob with condom.
After that she removed the condom and dressed another condom and she did the foreplay.
The second confom was removed and second girl was trying to wear another condom, but she found it hard to pull
due to the skin. First girl who removed the condom after foreplay, helped her to wear the condom
I had an intercourse with 2 girl for 3 min with the same condom and I ejaculated.
I removed the condom and washed my Penis with water.
My doubt is , is there any chance I might have beeen infected with HIV
becuase first girl after intercourse she removed the condom using hand and when the second girl was trying
to dress the condom. The first girl helped her.
In this process, I am panickiing since the first girl removed the condom by hand and used the same hand to dress again.
Sorry for my english, I am completely panicking and I am relly worried. I should never had done such dumb mistake.
Also please note when I asked first girl to come on me, she mentioned her mensturation cycle has started. this is really pissing me off.
There is no direct contact with vagina, Condom was used in all the course. and I believe the condom didn't break anywhere.
Please help here.
Welcome to our Forum. Please be patient here. We answer questions in the order they come in, based on our availability.
The exposures you describe were safe sex and should not concern you. Before we discuss other details, please remember that you do not even know that your partners have HIV and the fact is that most commercial sex workers do not. Even if one of your partners did have HIV, the sexual exposures you describe were safe. Despite the problems getting the condom on, if the condom was covering the head of your penis you were protected from acquisition of HIV or other STD. Any genital secretions that MIGHT have been transferred to you in the process of putting the condom on or changing the condom would not be sufficient to put you at risk for infection even if your partner did have HIV. Changing condoms in the manner you describe is a common event yet there have NEVER been any cases of HIV known to be transmitted in this way.
Thanks you Doc, one last question.
Before getting started, they washed there Vagina with water and the first girl who started riding on me with condom on, As per me the condom was not broken. But what if the case the condom is broken and she mentioned, her menstrual cycle started. But after she is done. She pulled off the condom holding the tip of the condom. So I believe the condom was not broken.
Please don't mind, this is the dumbest mistake of my life and I want my life back. so bit concerned about every event.
One question, Assuming If I have been exposed ( which I dont think so, thanks to your comments), and this will be my first exposure to HIV, then will there will by any resistance from My end since this is first time.
I understand, men conceiving HIV is low compared to women
I also came across statement Condoms are not 100% safe.
So what can be the case in my problem???
Please don't delete this, this will be my last question.
I missed one part here. when the 2 nd girl was trying to wear the condom. She was putting on the wrong side.
First Girl who removed the codom with which we had Penil - Vaginal intercourse ( I was in the bottom).
She ( first girl )pushed the codom from Inside ( with finger used to remove the previous condom) and then she dressed the condom. I am afraid the vaginal fluid on here fingers might have touch the interior of Condom and it was in touch with head of penis.
Please help :(
Thank you very much doc, I really appreciate and your answers does put me on some comfort zone. I am trying to get over it. but its real hard for me, since I am not used to such kind of activities ever and will not repeat this in my whol e life again.
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