[Question #6617] Assessment
14 months ago
I’m an Asian American straight male in my mid 30s and I had an encounter with an African American masseuse in her late 40s. We engaged in light kissing (no tongue) and she masturbated me as well as performed condom protected fellatio on me. At one point I was on top of her and there was body to body contact. I had the condom on and I felt the tip of my penis on her vagina. To be honest, I couldn’t exactly tell if my penis entered or was on the outside. It sort of felt like the tip of my penis had entered but not totally certain. But this was very brief, like a couple seconds, then I quickly moved away because I wanted to abstain from vaginal sex. I know for sure the condom was on properly and was in tact. I even did the “leak test” after.
Since previously testing, I have not otherwise had any encounters that would be considered any risk. I am thinking this encounter was safe and does not medically warrant HIV or STD testing. Is this the correct assessment? Thank you.
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
14 months ago
Welcome to the forum. Thanks for your question. I happened to log in soon after you posted it: most users shouldn't expect nearly real-time replies!
Your self assessment is exactly right. There is no measurable risk of any STD from these events and I agree you do not need testing for anything. If you have a regular partner, you can safely continue your usual sexual practice without worry.
I hope these comments are helpful. Let me know if anything isn't clear.