|Spitting on penis and touching penis after touching vagina Risks HIV ?
Jun 24, 2013
I went to a stripper (on 22nd June)and she gave me a hand job and I fingered her. I didn't had any intercourse with her.
What I'm afraid of is, she spitted on my penis for lubrication. It's dark and I didn't observed if her saliva has any blood.
After I fingered her with my index finger, I touched my penis. I had a cut on my thumb which is already healed and bleeding or any open cut.
My question is, is there any risk of STD & HIV from touching her vagina and then my penis and her saliva on my penis ?
I am really worried for this foolish act.
Please advise me what to do.
| Response from Dr. Hightow-Weidman
Hello there- Saliva is not one of the fluids that contains HIV and even if there was a small amount of blood in her spit, there would not be a way for it to infect you by just landing on your penis.
Fingering is considered a low-risk for HIV. I am not aware of any documented cases of anyone becoming infected with HIV specifically through this activity. If there are fresh, open cuts on the fingers, there would be some possibility of infection but with still unlikely.
Take care, LHW
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