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Can HIV Be Contracted Through Protected Intercourse?

last week i had bath and sex with sex worker in intercourse i used condom but at time removal of condom i touched the outer part of condom which was wet with some white stuff then i washed my hands but i am not sure i touched my hands to penis before wash or not .after 10 to 15 min she sucked my penis for 5 min . so can this is possibility of hiv ??? plz suggest me i am very tensed now . can i go for hiv test. and if i touched her viginal liquid to penis is any transmission chances of HIV???
Tue, 5 Nov 2019
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Hello,

Based on your history, having protected sexual intercourse and oral sex you shouldn' t worry because there is no risk for HIV, even if you touched the condom with hands after sexual intercourse. There is no need for an HIV test.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Monika Dede, Infectious Diseases Specialist
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Can HIV Be Contracted Through Protected Intercourse?

Hello, Based on your history, having protected sexual intercourse and oral sex you shouldn t worry because there is no risk for HIV, even if you touched the condom with hands after sexual intercourse. There is no need for an HIV test. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care Regards, Dr Monika Dede, Infectious Diseases Specialist