Q. I had a lap dance recently, the only thing I did sucked the dancers breast, please tell me if this will infect me.
My question is if the breast is already infected (by dancer squeezing herself after touching the vagina) and me then sucking will it cause infection to me. Although she did not do this before me Please answer, if I need to get a check how much minimum time required and after how long will the test result will be given and the test name which can be done
A. If I understand the situation well, the concern is about contact between a person’s mouth and with a female’s vaginal fluid on her breast. In this situation, I would say there are two things that makes it extremely unlikely for a person to be infected with HIV from this exposure: a) the fact that the contact was not directly with the person’s genital and vaginal fluid b)the fact that the saliva of a person helps inhibit HIV if a body fluid such as semen or vaginal fluid goes into a mouth. Again, It would be extremely unlikely to get an infection from this exposure.
A blood test for HIV can be done about 6 weeks after the risky activity. After 12 weeks, we would be able to detect most cases (95%). If done too soon, The test will not be able to detec HIV even when the person is infected. Testing is available at HIV Anonymous testing line please call for an appointment at 643-7404.