Feb 26, 2013
Hi Doctor David!! first of all I would like to thank you for all the work you do. I am a 18 year old girl, I am dating a 33 year old women, she never had sex with a men, and she only had sex with 5 girlfriends (never casual sex). that's what she told me at least. She fingered me several times, I always make sure she does not have any kind of injury, but there was a time in a night club where I was really drunk and I forgot to check her fingers, what if it was bleding?? what if I forgot to check in other ocations?? please tell me how bad it would be if she ever had a blody finger??? or what if she touched herself before touching me?? (witch I never though she did, but I read here about a women who did it, you never know!!) am I over reacting?? please give me some peace of mind!! thank you so much!!!
Response from Dr. Wohl
No one ever got infected with HIV from a finger. If you remain anxious about all this, why not stroll down to the local health dept and get HIV tested together?
When your results come back negative, there will be no need for a glove for your love.
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