Touching Broken Skin Risk Of Getting HIV
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there:There is zero risk of transmission from situations like this. HIV does not live well outside the body. Also, the virus can not be transmitted through casual contact. The virus needs direct access to the bloodstream for transmission to... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiThere has never been a known case of HIV transmission by fingering or any other sort of hand-genital contact. A cut risks HIV only if large, deep, and actively bleeding. The reason being is that HIV is looking for cells to replicate themselves... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I'm delighted you found the information here enlightening and reassuring. I agree the odds are very much on your side for not having contracted HIV from this indiscretion. You are also correct that I am going to advise you to level with... Read more »
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Posted by banjeebwoi, 1 ReplyHello everyone,
A man accidentally fell on top of me on the bus a few weeks ago and I ended up with scrapes/broken skin on my knee and my lower leg. They're about 2cm and were a bit red/bloody, though there was never blood dripping from them or... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesWhat are the chances of getting hiv from fingering the vagina and anus if you have broken skin on your finger?
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI have read in some previous posts that there has never been a documented case of HIV transmission via fingering. I'm wondering what is the source of that information.
I'm trying to stay calm...but I has an encounter at a gay bathhouse that... Read more »
Posted by darien, 1 ReplyAbout three weeks ago I hooked up with this guy. We both went down on each other and kissed a lot. He got really rough with my nipples using his teeth. The next few days they were a little scabby. I then find out that the guy has HIV. He says that... Read more »
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