A few nights ago I had protected sex with a Thai sex worker.
After I ejaculated I pulled out and saw that there was blood all over the condom. The condom had also slipped and was only covering the head of my penis, maybe covering 1/3 to half of my penis all up.
I also was just coming off an infection where micro tears would have been on the foreskin, I am uncircumcised.
I pulled the condom off and washed my penis straight away. I didn't see any blood on my penis mainly just the condom.
I have been having bad anxiety attacks ever since and would like to know if I am at high risk of transmitting hiv.
Now a few days later the skin is peeling on the shaft of my penis and the foreskin and head is still tender and slightly redish.
Please any advice would be appreciated
Welcome to our Forum. I'll provide some information which I hope you will find helpful. It sounds like you are worrying far too much about this exposure. It is unlikely that your partner has HIV- most Thai CSWs do not. Further, condom protected sex is safe sex and the fact that the condom slipped down on the shaft of your penis, and that your partner was having her period do not change this. Condoms often slip down the shaft of the penis during sex but this does not change the fact that they provide excellent protection from infection. Similarly, that you may have had small abrasions on the hand of your penis does not change this.
I do not have a good explanation for why the skin on the shaft of your penis is peeling- this is not a sign of HIV.
Bottom line, this is a no risk event. There is no medical reason for testing for HIV. If you feel it will give you peace of mind, testing for HIV at some point more than 8 weeks after your exposure will PROVE that you were not infected.
Thank for the response, just to clarify with you.
Small abrasions cause by infections on the penis can't be hiv transmittable.
This was one of my main worries cause before the event the skin peeled on my foreskin and head and caused miniature cracks and abrasions.
I was worried because I thought her period blood would infect through these
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