|Possibility of HIV.....
Feb 6, 2013
Hi..I am an Indian. yesterday i went to a massage parlour. i had massage and pubic hair shaving. while shaving with electric trimmer the base of my penis was accidentally cut and little blood come out. After shaving she gave me a hand job. after i got finished, while wearing clothes i accidentally put a finger of my leg on a "used shaving" blade laying on floor and got cut which cause bleeding (cut with shaving blade can be categorized as deep cut?). now my question is- considering the above mention scenario what are my chances of getting HIV if- 1. a lady who massage me, shave me, finger my anus, got cuts and some blood on her fingers? or what if Electric Razor had some blood of HIV positive , and 2. what if a shaving blade on which i put my leg accidentally is contaminated with a blood of HIV positive man? or what if i unknowingly put my bleeding finger of a leg on some semen laying on floor of other man of unknown HIV status?? What are my chances of getting infected? i never had penetrative sex with her. i never had oral sex with her. the whole act was lasted for say one hour.
| Response from Mr. Chambers
I regret I am not qualified to answer transmission questions. I specialize in benefits and workplace issues.
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