Hi, I recently had protected sex with a woman both orally and vaginally. After vaginal sex, she went on to give me a handjob. In doing so the condom ripped/broke, I finished myself off and cleaned up and took a shower. Is there a likely risk I have got myself infected?
Is it possible that vaginal fluid on the condom may have given me HIV?
So what I'm inferring from all of this is that, in order to get HIV my penis had to either be in her vagina/mouth/anus. The fact that I was receiving a handjob is irrelevant since my penis was not inside?
So whether there was HIV present on my penis during the handjob, it would still not infect me?
Hi, I'm really sorry for being such a nuisance but this is the last time I post lol thankyou for being so helpful. So even if there were vaginal fluids which contained HIV on the condom that ripped and some of it got on my penis that was then handjobbed, it doesn't pose a risk?
HIV, despite the fear it generates, is an extremely fragile virus. It will only ever pose a risk of an infection within the confines of the human body, which is the only place it remains infectious. Once exposed to air it instantly becomes non-viable (non-infectious). Bodily fluid outside the confines of the human body poses zero risk of an infection. You will only ever be at a risk of an HIV infection, sexually, when an unprotected penis is inside an anus or vagina.
In the entire thirty plus years HIV has been around nobody, not a single person, as ever contracted HIV from hand to genital contact, regardless of the extra details.
You were nowhere near a risk of an HIV infection, period.
Last edited by blokecalledkev; 02-15-2013 at 02:52 PM.