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A 23-year-old female asked:

does precum at tip of penis if pushed on outside vagina and on inner lip, but no intercrse/std can flow b2n lbia onto mucos membrane and transmit hiv?

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Dr. Linda Gromko
Family Medicine 48 years experience
Yes.: Any body fluid contact with mucus membranes can lead to HIV infection or other stds. Safe sex is the important answer here: condoms or dental dams for oral exposure. Your local health department can provide testing if you are having difficulty talking to your doctor about this. A commercial source for condoms and dental dams is babeland; google them; they can help. Lgromkomd.

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