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    Hi,

    I recently had gay sex with a guy. It was an anonymous no-strings meet. He already had sex with a number of partners.

    I had sex with a condom and ejaculated outside him. However, before I put the condom on, I rubbed my willy on his bum and its possible that I rubbed my willy in some other persons semen. Could I have got HIV from this? (assuming the semen was HIV positive?)
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    How long ago is 'recently'?

    When you say 'bum', do you mean his buttocks, rather than his anus? Anything from anyone else would have either dried up and be OK in terms of HIV risk or have been noticeable (and minutes rather than hours old...)
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    How long ago is 'recently'?

    When you say 'bum', do you mean his buttocks, rather than his anus? Anything from anyone else would have either dried up and be OK in terms of HIV risk or have been noticeable (and minutes rather than hours old...)
    It was last night. I imagine I met him anywhere between 10 minutes and 50 minutes after his last liaison.

    I mean his buttocks though he asked me to ejaculate on, and sorry to be explicit, 'his hole', but I never actually touched it with my penis.
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    (Original post by unprinted)
    How long ago is 'recently'?

    When you say 'bum', do you mean his buttocks, rather than his anus? Anything from anyone else would have either dried up and be OK in terms of HIV risk or have been noticeable (and minutes rather than hours old...)
    I've woken up with a stuffy nose which doesn't make me feel good about this either!
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    OK, it's not going to be any significant risk - even if you came into contact with it, touching dried semen is going to be fine. You'd probably also have noticed that, given the feel of it on skin.

    If you're panicking, you can talk to a sexual health clinic or A&E about PEP, a month-long course of anti-HIV drugs which reduce the chances of becoming HIV+ following an exposure. They should go 'not recommended' and it'll come with side-effects.

    The stuffy nose is nothing to do with HIV.
 
 
 
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