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Q. Do I have a chance to get HIV due to vaginal fluid indirectly touched my penis?

Answered by
Dr. Meha Malhotra
and medically reviewed by Dr. K Shobana
This is a premium question & answer published on Dec 05, 2020 and last reviewed on: Jun 12, 2021

Hi doctor,

I did not insert my penis. But some of her vaginal fluid got spilled on my underwear. I am afraid that whether this liquid may have touched my penis. Will I get affected by HIV?

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Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

Kindly send some details to help you. Please mention when you had this episode. Please mention whether you know the girl. Please mention whether you had oral or anal intercourse. Please mention whether you used protection while doing it. Please mention whether you have any other symptoms.

Thank you doctor,

I do not know the girl. I did not have any oral or anal intercourse. The girl was sitting on my lap without her panties. But I was wearing my underwear. Her vaginal fluid got spilled on my underwear by mistake. I am not sure whether the liquid touched my penis by passing through my underwear. I did not even kiss her on her lips. I followed some sort of distance from her. But now, I have a fever and I consulted a doctor. The doctor told me it as a urinary infection. I am not able to sleep after having this event. I will never do these things again in my life. I have attached my blood and urine report. Kindly suggest.

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Hi,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

As her vaginal fluid did not touch your penis directly, then the chances of having HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) are very less. But to be on the safer side, you can do an HIV PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test soon and do an ELISA test (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) for HIV 1 and 2 after 12 weeks of exposure. If your results are negative, then there is nothing to be worried. UTI (urinary tract infection) presents with a burning sensation while passing urine and fever. You have started taking treatment for it. Watch out for other symptoms like anorexia, weight loss, fever, weakness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and joint pain for the next three months as there are the early signs of HIV. From next time onwards, use protection while doing it.


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