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    nondetectable HIV transmission
    silasm122164 posted:
    I received a massage from a man that stated he was hiv+ but it has been nondetectable for 4 years and he gets checked every 3 months by his doctor. During the massage (both nude), he would press his penis against my anus. He did this a few times and I felt nervous that he might try to insert his penis, so I asked that he put on a condom. He did so. I expressed concern about what had transpired considering I don't know if there was any pre-cum present. He did not ejaculate at any time. He said that his doctor said that he is a low risk of HIV transmission and showed me articles supporting this claim. I am HIV negative and I wanted to see if this incidence warrants me getting tested?
    georgiagail responded:
    Frottage (which is what took place here) is not considered a risk in HIV transmission.

    If you remain concerned about this then a test done three months after this event will confirm your negative status.

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