Hello, i am a 29 y/o heterosexual male. I frequent massage parlors (provides extra services ) and i feel like that i may have a chance of exposure to HIV today.
Before i went to the parlor today, i noticed that i bright red blood in my stool indicating an anal fissure. (i'm not too concerned about this, as i was diagnosed for an anal fissure many years ago and this is a chronic condition that sort of comes and goes depending on my diet ). Anyway, i believe that i may have reopened a tear in my anus today after going number 2 earlier during the day.
Well, after work i went to the massage parlor, and the worker decided to give me a rim job for about 30 seconds. Normally, i wouldnt be overly concerned about this, but i just now realized that i do have an anal fissure which is the cause of alarm.
Am I at a huge risk of contracting HIV ? Reading around, i do hear that it is difficult for HIV to live in saliva.
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