|So can i be sure after your opinion?
Jan 17, 2012
Before a week I visited a strip club and despite the fact that I didnt have sexual contact with any of the strippers, there is an incident that keeps me worrying about. A stripper jumped on me and then I touched with my finger her ass and vagina (only the outer part just close to the lips). I barely touched some vaginal fluids. After fifteen minutes I went to the toilet to wash my hands. That night I had some abrasions on my hands (eczema from cold) that were bleeding periodically (on the phalanges part of my hands). Is there any possibility to contract HIV during washing my hands by getting the soap and the vaginal fluid in my wounds?
| Response from Mr. Cordova
HIV does not live well outside of the body. Within a minutes time, it starts to die, leaving it unable to infect someone. You were not at risk.
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