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    Can blood infect me with HIV after I remove the condom?
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    misterwillis posted:
    Me and casual friend got together again. I know for sure she sleeps with other guys. What's got my anxiety racing is the fact that she bled during sex.

    We were intimate a short time, and I withdrew, removed the condom, and ejaculated on her backside. When I looked at back, I saw the condom had blood on it.

    I looked down at my member immediately. There was no blood, from what I remember, on my member. Neither was there blood on her backside, it was blood on the condom.

    I filled the condom with water and dried it with cloth. No leaks. But blood was swimming around the water. I'm thinking, "maybe blood got inside after I removed it from me (it was jumbled up prior to inspecting it."

    I checked my member again. I looked at the member's tip where the urethra opening is. All I saw was sperm.

    What scares me is the thought of accidently coming contact with the condom's exterior after withdrawal.

    Is it possible that I may contract HIV from accidental contact with condom's exterior?

    Is there any risk of HIV based on the scenario I gave?
     
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    georgiagail responded:
    Is it possible that I may contract HIV from accidental contact with condom's exterior?

    No

    Is there any risk of HIV based on the scenario I gave?

    No

    If you remain concerned that your friend may be HIV positive from her previous encounters (and you plan on sexual contact with her again), ask her to get tested.

    Gail


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