I had 8 minutes of lap dance (with my underwear and sports pant (like pyjama) and shirt on). Dancer was having bikini on.
I fully ejaculated while having dance. My semen stained my trousers and the lady felt it and she stopped the moment is felt it on her skin.
What are the chances that I get HIV from this incident ? am I at risk and do I need testing.
Is it possible that the lady can get pregnant due to the semen touching her. Again, she was wearing the picini. Please help answer all my questions. Thant for your help.
Hi there & thank you for using the AIDS Vancouver Helpline as your source of HIV/AIDS related information.
Receiving a lap dance poses no risk of HIV transmission. The HIV virus does not survive outside the body for more than a few minutes, and you need direct access to the bloodstream (through the vagina, penis, anus, mucosal membrane, or an open cut) for transmission to occur.
There is also no chance of pregnancy. You were both clothed and didn't have sexual intercourse, so there would be no way for your semen to be transferred into her vagina.
I hope this answers your questions and if you have any other questions, please let us know.
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