Finger Wound Comes In Contact With Vaginal Fluid
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Posted by neibet, 1 ReplyWhat is the risk of HIV transmission through the exposure of an open wound to vaginal secretions.
Assuming i am having a back massage and i have an open injury on my back and the masseuse was sitting naked in my back with her vagina in direct... Read more »
Posted by Sayed, 1 ReplyDear Experts,
Please reply my query.I had an exposure last month with sex worker.We did not do any anal/vaginal sex.She only gave me hand job 3 times.In the 2nd episode of hand job she checked her vagina that either her menstrual blood coming or... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI am male 27, never had sex in my life other than once
i squeezed a boobs of a girl and two days back a Big
Mistake which I did in my life. I feel You will help
me in this problem.
Please Help, Two days back I went to a Prostitute...
I kissed her all... Read more »
Posted by Firetech, 2 Replies3 1/2 weeks ago I went to a massage parlor for a hand job. The oriental girl masturbating me was crawling all over me. I fingered her vaginal opening which was drenched. I had a week old punture wound on the end of my finger. Scared as hell I... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyCan someone advise me. I made 2 stupid mistakes after fingering(non insertive, just the top of the vulva but got my fingertips damp) what I would now call a high risk African girl
First mistake, I rubbed the side of my eye with the knuckle of my... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESHiThe risk is incredibly low to no risk.The risk of HIV transmission with oral sex is extremely low. It is even reasonable to state that for the person receiving oral sex (that is on whom oral sex is being performed) the risk of acquisition of the... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiAs long as there are no openings, sores or wounds on your penis the risk of HIV transmission is extremely small. And if this were your only exposure testing would not be something strongly encouraged. The only reason I encourage people to know... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesThere is no evidence that HIV is transmitted through fingering/hand contact with another person's genitals. See the response to "What are the risks from fingering someone" (http://thebody.com/sowadsky/faqs/faq1.html#fingering).DO NOT... Read more »
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