Our expert says:
contact of the mucous membranes of the penis with infected blood or vaginal fluid carries a risk of HIV infection if the woman is HIV positive, and if she has a high viral load (not on anti-retroviral medication), especially if you have abrasions or small cracks on the penis skin. I suggest that you have yourself tested, and repeat the test at 3 and 6 months after the contact. Ask the woman if she has been tested and whether she knows her status. If you think that there is a risk of her being HIV positive, it is best to use PEP (post exposure prophylaxis treatment)Dr Bets
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