[Question #6522] Fear of HIV when taking Lap Dance with open zipper and mutual bleeding contact

14 months ago
Hi,

I have this fear when taking lap dance that Because of the pines eraction the
pines head might be exposed out of the underwear from  above of the underwear like sometimes happened to me in Lapdances.

Sometimes because of an aggressive Lap Dance the jeans Zipper might be opened.
And than because of the grinding and rubbing  and friction of open zipper with exposed pines head,
the pines head can get cutted and bleeding.

And also if zipper is opened because aggressive lap dance the stripper can get cut and bleeding in her exposed buttock during the lap dance and friction with open zipper,
or the stripper can be menstruating and fall blood on the open zipper thus direct contact my exposed pines head.

If this scenario happens the stripper's blood can get direct contact with the cut and blood on my pines head through open zipper and cause HIV Infection.

My Questions :

1.          Were there any reported incidents in the history of medicine of HIV Infection from Lap Dances with open zipper causing Mutual cuts and bleeding to Strippers and customer and direct blood contact through open zipper and HIV Infection?

2.          Are my HIV conecern and fear from such situation is reasonable or the open zipper is still not sharp enough to cause cuts and bleeding to my exposed pines Head or to cut exposed Stripper's Buttock?

3.            Is the possibility of zipper being opened during lap dance should concern me and put me in HIV Risk beacause of possibility of stripper's blood get direct contact with the cut and blood on my exposed pines head through open zipper?

4.          This is the worst possible case of HIV Infection I think can happen in Lap Dancing
             (Mutual Blood contact through the open zipper because of cuts sustained from open zipper and exposed pines head and exposed stripper's buttock).
             Should I worry of HIV from this possible scenario when getting lap Dance if visit strip club in future(Bachelor Parties or Friend's Birthday)?

I would appreciate your professional reply and answers to each of my questions and concerns individually so that I know if my fears from such lap dancing are rational or not.


Thank you for your help.

Regards,

George
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
14 months ago
Welcome to the forum. Thanks for your confidence in our services.

You needn't worry at all. HIV and other STDs are harder to transmit than you might think and these events were free of any risk. With unprotected vaginal sex with an HIV infected women, her male partner catches the virus only once for every 2,500 exposures. Without penetration, there is no risk at all. And from your description, it sounds like there was no contact that could transmit STDs or HIV, even if the lap dancer was infected. 

I don't know how to interpret "penis head can get cut and bleeding". Was your penis cut and bleeding? Obviously you would know if it was. Even then, there was no risk at all.

To your specific questions:

1,2,4) These are the same question in different words. Nobody in the world has ever been reported or suspected to have caught HIV from this sort of event. You won't be the first!

3) I have no idea whether your zipper came open during the event. You were there and I wasn't! But if you didn't notice it open, it seems unlikely it happened. Even if it did, there was no risk of HIV or STDs.

So all is well. Please try not to worry. You don't need testing. I hope these comments are helpful. Let me know if anything isn't clear.

HHH, MD
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14 months ago
Hi,

Thank you for your quick reply.

Becuase of the eraction, the pines head was exposed outside of the underwear from above,  I have got a scrach small bleeding from zipper which was opened during Lap Dance which I am afraid came in contact with stripper's blood through open zipper.
I haven't noticed is she had blood or not during and I have only noticed my cut after Lap Dance in Bathroom.

If we go down a bit to technical details about this specific scenario and for future events if it somehow happens again zipper open and mutual cuts.

it is ture to say that in worst case scenario open zipper can maximum just make a small scratch or scrape to my exposed pines head,
it is not sharp enough to make massive bleeding which is necessary for HIV Infection.

This is also correct regarding the stripper the open zipper would just make her a small scratch or scrape in her 
exposed skin/buttock, it is not sharp enough to make her massive bleeding which is necessary for HIV Infection.

And For HIV infection without sex(outside body) in skin contact  to happen, 
both sides need to have a massive bleeding which directly contact each other.
This would never be the case.in such Lap dance even if zipper open and cuts both of us, there would be just minor scratches to both of us.

So therefore my fear of HIV Infection from Lap Dance with open zipper and mutual bleeding contact
is not rational and can never happen in future.


Rergards,

George
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
14 months ago
HIV has never been transmitted by a scratch of the penis, without that penis being inside another person's vagina or rectum. You are correct in your understanding that exposure to a small amount of blood (too little so you never saw any blood) cannot transmit HIV. The virus cannot be transmitted by the events described.

In addition, in the US, less than 1% of female sex workers have HIV, so it is unlikely the lap dancer had it.

Please do your best to accept and believe this reasoned, scence based reassurance.---
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14 months ago
Hi, 

Thank you for 2nd reply.
I understand that in my last situation because there was little blood on pines head it is zero HIV risk.

My additional question which you didn't answer:

For future events, if it somehow happens again,  if during aggressive lap dance open zipper contact and rub my exposed pines glan and stripper's exposed skin/buttock, 
if open zipper can be sharp enough to make enough bleeding for both of us rerquired for HIV Transmission or it would be just small scrapes of scratches which aren't enough for HIV Transmission. 

Regards,

George
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
14 months ago
That would be no risk. If your penis does not go IINSIDE a partner’s vagina or rectum, you will never catch HIV.

That completes the two follow up exchanges included with each question, and so ends this thread. I hope the discussion has been helpful.
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