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penetration with no condom and no ejaculation,is there a risk?
I am a 23 year old girl and I had an unprotected sex for only two minutes with a guy 3 days ago.He was not supposed to penetrate without using condoms but he did.He did it for two minutes,then he ejaculated on my abdomen(no ulcers on my abdomen).I am really worried about the pre-ejaculate fluid (even for two minutes) cause I have read this fluid is potentially infectious.I have also had an oral sex with no condom on his penis and again no ejaculation in the mouth,but I have read that the risk is low.His first ejaculation was after the oral sex,on my abdomen and his second ejaculation was after penetration for 2 minutes,again on my abdomen.I am not sure about his HIV status.I also cannot wait 3 months to do the test,cause it is too late and my lover wants to have sex with me in the coming week,I seriously do not want him to get infected.consequently, there is a vital need to know about my status to prevent from infecting my lover.I would be grateful if you could reply as soon as possible.
thanks for your help and patience
You don't need ejaculation to transmit HIV or other STDs. Use condoms uith your lover until you can get a conclusive negative result which is 3 months post exposure or you may ask the other guy to go test if he has not had other exposures in the past three months.
Thanks for the quick answer Teak,but the guy says that he has not had other exposures in the past 3 months and nothing is wrong with him.He does not accept to go test.I would certainly ask my lover to use condom,but I am afraid about other things: should I prevent him from doing cunnilingus?or rubbing his penis to my vaginal secretions( I mean with no penetration)?should I avoid oral sex?what else should I do?you know sex with these limitations could be somehow weird for him,and should I still take other tests for other STDs except HIV?considering that I had been vaccinated for hepatitis B before?
sorry to bother you mum,but I forgot to mention that the penetration was not a complete one,it was only with the head of the penis,is there any difference?I think not but I want to be sure in case...
thanks a lot. xxxo
I visisted my new boyfriend , last three weeks and i did not want to have sex with , so i decided that he must rub his penis in my vigina (vagina) and the head of his penis was on my vigina (vagina) for few minytes . he ejacualted on my abdomen . he just find out that he is HIV postive. i went Testing for my HIV and my result were Negative . what are my chances , i am so scare and stressed . please advise
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