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Playing sex workers vagina with finger with a cut...
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Anon_127968 posted:
Is there a risk of HIV for this ? I fingered her vagina... And when I went home I noticed that I have a small finger cut ... (not bleeding).

Do I need to be tested?

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georgiagail responded:
No. A closed cut is not an open portal into the body (even assuming the sex worker was HIV positive). In order for HIV to be passed on to someone the virus must actually enter the body.

You would require an open (i.e. bleeding) cut for this to even be a possibility of a risk of transmission (again, assuming your partner even was HIV positive).

Gail
 
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Kantotsupa replied to georgiagail's response:
Thanks Gail...

I washed it alcohol, and does not hurt... Cannot see the cut but I can feel it..

Another query...sometimes I get soft and the condom lossen up... Is there a risk of HIV once the vaginal fluid enters the condom?
 
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georgiagail replied to Kantotsupa's response:
It would be highly unusual that vaginal fluid would enter a condom, even if the penis goes a bit soft (we females don't produce gallons of fluid at arousal)....however, assuming some did, it would, at most, come in contact with the shaft of the penis near the groin.

There is no tranmission risk from simply touching the shaft of the penis; the virus cannot transmit through intact skin. The risk is transmission through the other end of the penis.

Gail
 
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Kantotsupa replied to georgiagail's response:
Thanks Gail!


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