Handjob...blowjob...sex worker

Originally Posted: 
Thursday, April 7, 2011
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Hey.. i got a handjob from a female sex worker..she used a lubricant then she performed a blowjob with a condom what is the risk of geting HIV from that (both) i have something called (milk blaters) (i dunno it in english i know it in hebrew) its some kind of fat cells on the base of the penis and some times it like open cuts) whats the risk of getting HIV from saliva on these "cuts" (not bleeding)  I got a cold after 3 weeks and i felt a burn while giving a pee sorry for the bad english but plz heeeeeelppppp

Answer: 

Hi there,
 
Thank-you for using AIDS Vancouver Online for your source of HIV/AIDS information. 
 
Handjobs & any type of non-insertive masturbation is considered no risk of HIV transmission. 
 
Recieving  unprotected oral sex (a blow job) is considered to be of negligible risk of HIV transmission because there has never ever been a documented case of transmission this way, ever. From your question, I gather that she preformed protected oral sex, in which case, even in theory, any transmission risks from this activity are virtually non existant.
I am not sure what milk blaters are however, sexually transmitted infections do increase transmission risks in general because a person's immune system is lowered due to the fact that one's body is fighting an infection. That said, open cuts and sores only provide risk of transmission in theory because, once again, there has never been a documented case of transmission this way. Also, saliva actually contains an enzyme that inhibits the HIV virus, which is what makes the likelihood of contracting the virus through oral sex very low & also means that HIV cannot be transmitted through saliva. 
 
It might be a good idea to see a doctor about the health issues you are experiancing now, that sounds really painful!
 
Please let me know if I can answer any other questions or concerns you may have,
 
All the best,
 
Monica
AIDS Vancouver 
604.696.4666, Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
helpline@aidsvancouver.org

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