问题：great job and keep it up doctor.
i know a college girl living in america. she is 23 yrs old. i know her for apporx 2 yrs and she is clean. she was playing or masturbating with her clitorisis. then she touched my penis for a few mins. i have a small cut in my penis due to dermatitis. i immediately went to the rest room to clean up using a tissue paper just to make sure.
is there any risk of getting hiv due to the hand-genital exposure for a brief period of 2 mins due to vaginal fluids. is there a rick of getting any other stds.
thanks a lot
by Edward W Hook, MD , Aug 24, 2009
Welcome to the Forum. Even before I answer your question, let me suggest that there is relatively little need for concern. While we do encourage all sexually active persons to take precautions against acquisition of HIV and other STDs, in most individual exposures the risk is low. For instance, the risk of your partner having HIV is less than 1 in 1000 unless she was an IV drug user.
As for the exposure you describe, there is no risk. Mutual masturbation is safe sex and is of little concern. It is typical for persons engaged in mutual masturbation to get each other's genital secretions on one another yet o no one has ever gotten HIV from mutual masturbation. This is true even for persons with dermatitis or other small sores on their genitals. You will not be the first.
The risk for other STDs, while no zero, is close to zero. Hope this helps. Take care. EWH