hiv from wiped semen
Aug 23, 2014
Its still the same question but i was wondering if it could of got inside my body through the urethra or a sore. And just to tell you there was no apparent semen the laptop its just that im scared that he cummed on it then wiped it. Even though i doubt i touched I'm scared if i could have somehow and im also scared that there was a sore but i doubt it. I know i over worry to much. Thanks for answering
Response from Mr. Glenn
It does sound like your worry is getting the best of you. So here's the thing, if we keep telling you there's no risk in what you're talking about will you continue to respond with "but what if?!"
If that's the case, then it sounds like you're having trouble internalizing the information we're telling you. Due to your already extreme fear most likely.
So this means it's time to pay attention to your anxiety instead. Are there people around that you trust to ask about this? Not to ask them if they think you have risk (we've already talked about how you don't), but rather to talk about your anxiety and how you can't let this go even when you're told be experts that there's no risk..
There are many counselors you can find online. If you're in school, you may be able to find one there.
Hope this helps,
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