Chances Of Contracting A Sexually Transmitted Infection (HIV)?
Hello doctor, I want to ask about the case of my friend, he did oral sex with a transgender, agreed with a condom, suddenly the transvestite was already licking his p. After that, only with safety and not at the base after that, less than 30 minutes after his exposure he washed his foreskin with soap (incidentally it had not been circumcised) and caused irritation or stinging. I guess how high the risk is the doctor. thanks.
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Unsafe sex has a high risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as HIV / AIDS, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes simplex and others.
Transmission of STIs can occur through contact with blood, semen, vaginal fluids and saliva of patients. Although according to experts HIV / AIDS is not transmitted through saliva, but sores in the mouth can be a source of HIV / AIDS transmission.
We recommend that your friends immediately see a doctor to confirm the condition they are facing and carry out related examinations and get treatment if needed.
There is no really safe way to protect someone from STIs other than having safe sex with a legal partner of the opposite sex with a known medical history.
You can read more about STIs here.
Thus, hopefully this is useful.