So a friend and I went to a 'massage' place in Central London Friday night, and we both had sex with an escort there. It was quite a ropy place, so not sure what diseases she may have had.
Long story short, she put a condom on my member and gave me head. We then had protected vaginal sex for around 10 minutes.
I'm 100% certain that the condom didn't slip off, it still very much covered the head of my penis, and a good portion of the shaft of my penis. I'm pretty certain it didn't break either, I've been told a broken condom is very obvious (I never had a broken condom with my ex so I wouldn't know!).
I was however a bit drunk, so my member was semi-hard at best. Not sure if that makes a difference.
My friend isn't worried at all. He insists the condom is a barrier and you can't get HIV if it didn't slip or break.
Guess I'm just very anxious. Would appreciate some thoughts. Will definitely be getting an HIV duo test in 4 weeks' time, been reading that these 4th generation tests are virtually conclusive at the 28 day mark.
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HIV risk with an escort watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-09-2015 23:43
- 13-09-2015 23:46
Well you're a dumb ****!
- 13-09-2015 23:53
HIV can only be transmitted via the blood.
Using a Condom should be 100% effective against HIV. I wouldn't worry about it
- Thread Starter
- 14-09-2015 00:01
- 14-09-2015 02:51
Your absolute risk of HIV infection following sex with an intact condom is fairly close to zero. Condom breaks are usually obvious - the hole becomes a tear and what's left of the condom usually slides down to the base of the penis.
If there is any doubt (e.g. you were drunk and don't really remember what happened) then visit the GU clinic where they will assess your risk and perform any tests that are necessary. Condoms protect against HIV, hepatitis viruses, chlamydia and gonorrhoea but do not necessarily protect against pubic lice, herpes, and genital warts. The condom does not cover the base of the penis and pubic area sufficiently to guarantee protection against the "contact" diseases but will protect against those transmitted by genital secretions.
- 14-09-2015 10:08
This is not what they mean by exposure therapy smh!!! Fool.