[Question #3497] Footjob

36 months ago
Good day

Was in D with a prostitute. Despite my fears, I could not resist it.
But meticulous attention to any possible risk, I thought at least until a few days after the incident. Whether the lady is HIV + or not, I do not know, I can not ask synonymous.

There were no GV, AV, OV ... the lady has just massaged my unprotected penis with her feet.
I have been circumcised since I was 8 years old. I did not see the blood of a wound on the lady's feet.

But if the lady had a bladder on her feet and wound fluid got on my penis, could HIV be transmitted in this way?

Thanks for your answers.
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
36 months ago
Of course no risk, even if she had HIV (whic probably she did not). No worries. This should be obvious from my reply to another question you asked about an obviously zero risk event, in which I wrote "HIV and other STDs are only transmitted by sex, which does not include massage...." Of course that would include foot contact.

HHH, MD

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36 months ago
Thank you Mr. Handsfield

In the future I will probably have to do without sex or first visit a psychotherapist who will eliminate my unfounded fears.

I wish you a good time
36 months ago
a question still

Is the wound fluid from a foot bladder HIV infectious?

Thanks
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
36 months ago
Wounds are potential risks for HIV primarily when they are made by an HIV contaminated hollow needle, as in a medical setting or in injection drug use. An existing skin wound may or may not be infectious. However, there has never been a known case of HIV transmission by exposure to a hand or finger wound (which of course is very common in hand-genital contact or fingering) and it would be no different for a foot wound. Still no risk:  the biological reasons don't matter.---