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    So scared and need help please
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    dagi1975 posted:
    Hi Gail,

    thank you for your answer in advance. Recently i made a big mistake and got together with a shemale escort for the first time ever. No intercourse or oral. We just gave eachother hand jobs and came. I noticed though on my index finger I had a paper cut at the top of it right around the first nuckle. Most of her cum went to her belly, but little bit i had on my fingers. I don't know if I got any on the paper cut area that I am not sure. All the sudden i have huge anxiety. I asked her status and she told me she never had any disease and she always have yearly exam which does not matter to me as of now. I am scared to death and was wondering about the risk i am exposed to.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Your risk is absolutely zero, even assuming this person is HIV positive.

    In order for HIV transmission to occur, the virus must be able to actually enter the body. A paper cut is not an open portal into the body. While it is common to assume that all escorts must be HIV positive, in truth they are often far more aware of the dangers of STDs (including HIV) than some of their clients. At any rate, simply getting sexual fluids on ones fingers when they have a paper cut on a knuckle is not a risk of HIV transmission.

    You can stop worrying about this.

    Gail


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