This is Dr. David
it would be very very unlikely to contract STD from vaginal fluid which you came in contact on the mattress sheet.
bacteria or viruses would die pretty quickly outside of the body on the cold mattress sheet.
so just coming into contact with the fluid with your naked penis would not be a big threat.
you can always go get STD testing, but if you are not having symptoms, then most likely you don't have STD.
condoms protect against bacterial STD (gonorrhea, chlamydia) and HIV
but condoms don't protect against herpes virus spread or HPV virus spread
I made contact with it, like after 20 seconds. Does that mean am still not at risk?
I would not be worried about 20 seconds of exposure.
I would not be worried about HIV or chlamydia or gonorrhea.
do you have other questions?
Yes sir, i actually meant that i made contact with the fluid 20 seconds after sex!
it would still be low risks for contracting STDs.
I take it you didn't change the sheets on the bed
Yes sir, i didn't change it.and now am bothered about whether I've contacted an STD or not
don't let your anxiety get out of control here.
if you still worry, you can always go to a health clinic or a planned parenthood clinic and get tested for STDs
but I bet your testing will be negative.
are you willing to go to a clinic to get STD testing?
Thank you very much sir
you are welcome
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you can always reach me as Dr. David if you have other questions.
But i don't want to go for any tests, that's why i wanted to check for the odds of me being infected
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the chances of you being infected are very very very very very small
less than 2% risks I estimate.
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Thanks alot sir, i feel so reassured now. I guess I'll leave now. Just before that, please is there any specific amount of time(e.g seconds) a virus can stay active outside?
that varies from virus to virus.
just because a virus stays alive outside of the body does not mean it is a risk for you contracting it.
Hiv to be precise?
even if a HIV virus is alive outside of the body, if it comes into contract with your skin or penis, this does not mean you will contact HIV.
HIV still needs blood contact or a way to get into your blood stream to infect you.
so catching HIV is not easy this way.
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Okay, now i get it.. Making contact doesn't mean it could enter :-D, am so happy now. For a sec i thought my life was over. Thank you very very much sir.. I really do appreciate this service
making contact or touching it doesn't mean it can enter your body.
HIV still needs blood access to infect you.
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