I had an encounter with a transexual. I had protected sex with him, he was on the receiving end. During foreplay he fingered my anus after spitting on it. After we finished I realized that my anus had bled.
Do I run the risk of hiv/hep b given his saliva came in contact with my anus. Can any other std could have been transmitted via his finger?
Hi and welcome. you might post the HIV question in the HIV protection forum as is specific but if he came in contact with your blood he would be the one at risk. Even with protected sex there is a low risk for contracting other non std,s like herpes, HPV and syphlis but these are low risks. If you have a loved one that your concerned about then maybe be best to have a full screening to eliminate the low risk factor
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