|Please Help am Desperate !
Feb 21, 2013
am now desperate , need someone to help me , am 21 years old male , i live in Jordan , First thing i wanna thank everyone that standing behind this website I wanna tell my story am really afraid and i cant live my life normal , Before 5 days i met a prostitute , and she entered my car , So we started kissing ( noraml kissing not french only on nick and cheek) , And made an orgasm for her but with her clothes ON ( cotton tracksuit) !! My finger was injured (Wounded near the fingernail) and i dont know after that maybe i touched my eyes , or nose , My question , is the hiv can be transfered by this way ? And if she has HIV , doest it penetrate clothes when the orgasm are made ? And i touched her breasts with my hand (wounded one)(she was topless not with clothes) ,can it be transfered by this way too ? and how much time can this virus LIVE on hands for example ? Before 2 days had HIV test(combo) the results was ,29 neg , when i can re-test to make sure , (here in jordan i cant find any faster test ) , please doctor help me !
Response from Mr. Chambers
I'm sorry I'm not qualified to answer transmission questions. I specialize in benefits and workplace issues.
Confidential test results, will an insurance company see them?
Is this HSV2 or HIV as well?
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