i had intercourse with a woman, who i believe to have hiv. Only inserted my penis in 7 times. My main concern is that there was a 1cm gap, between the end of the condom, and my pelvis. i'm really worried that i may had contact with vaginal fluid, but my questing is that, would the condom move up as it touches the entering of the vagina?
Yes it is the tip of the penis that allows infected fluids to enter your body. HIV despite it frightening reputation does not infect by simple skin to skin or skin to fluid contact. It infects throught the tip of your penis and/or it gets gets under the foreskin, where it can reamin viable for a period of time (hence the reason why males who are circumcised are not as susceptible to HIV infections).
It is a very fragile virus and there is only ever a risk of an infection when an unprotected penis is inside an anus or vagina.
And please knock off the ifs. You had protected sex; you were fully protected from an HIV infection with or without small cuts on your penis.
Last edited by blokecalledkev; 04-08-2012 at 11:52 AM.
Buddy you asked about cuts (unapproved links are not allowed here, ok?).
For a cut to pose even the slightest risk of an HIV infection it would have to be deep, fresh and bleeding profusely. This type of cut would not go unnoticed and you would certainly not be engaging in sex if there was such a cut on your penis. You would be in hospital and probably in a great deal of pain as it was being stitched up. Small cuts and scratches form a protective membrane to protect against viral infections.
Buddy, stop looking for a risk here, it does not exist.
Last edited by blokecalledkev; 04-08-2012 at 03:53 PM.