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If you put a condom on someone while holding the penis with

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If you put a condom on someone while holding the penis with 2 fingers sliding the condom down with opposite hand and sliding down the rest of condom with fingers that touched the penis. Not the head but the middle of penis can you get std since you touched the penis and then doing oral.?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Urology
Expert:  Dr Josh replied 1 year ago.


Did you had unprotected oral sex or was it done with condom?

Does your partner has history of unprotected sex with multiple partners?


Customer: replied 1 year ago.
It was done with a condom
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
No history that i know of
Expert:  Dr Josh replied 1 year ago.


Well, STD's can be transmitted by skin to skin contact (herpes, syphilis, genital warts, and trichomoniaisis) or by fluid exchange across a mucous membrane (chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV (blood and body fluids).

As you said, that you have touched his penis shaft while helping him in wearing condom, chances of getting any STD are very slim.

Good to hear that oral sex, was performed with condom, so you would not get STD from this act.

Condom prevents, by making a barrier in preventing fluids, semen and blood from transferring.

As such only touching shaft once, during helping him in wearing condom would not transfer any STD.

The high risk comes with having unprotected intercourse -- vaginal, anal, or oral -- with a person who has a sexually transmitted disease.

In your case, from my clinical experience and from studies, chances of getting STD are very slim.

I hope this helps.

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