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dagi1975 posted:
Gail,

I asked this question yesterday, but since i did not get an answer i was thinking may be you didn't see it and posting it again. 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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elle0317 responded:
How old was the papercut? Only if it were actively bleeding when this encounter occured, there would be a chance. A closed cut is not a risk, it must be an open portal to the blood stream.
 
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dagi1975 replied to elle0317's response:
It wasn't old. It was not bleeding, but it was 6-8 hours old. Am I in big risk?
 
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elle0317 replied to dagi1975's response:
No, a closed cut is not a risk
 
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dagi1975 replied to elle0317's response:
6 hours cut would be considered closed cut? It was not bleeding when this thing occurs, but the cut was pretty visible. I am little confused. Does it have to be bleeding at the moment?
 
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elle0317 replied to dagi1975's response:
Bleeding means there is an open portal to your bloodstream, a cut that is 6-8 hours old has sealed and is not open.
 
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dagi1975 replied to elle0317's response:
I know that I am bothering you alot, but thanks for patience. I believe it was 6 hours or so old and it was not bleeding or any visible blood at the moment. In order to blood vessel to be open I should see a visible blood? If not can I say that i am safe? Because cut was open visibly, but not blood, does that mean it was sealed?
 
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elle0317 replied to dagi1975's response:
Unless you are a hemophiliac, you are safe.
 
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dagi1975 replied to elle0317's response:
Elle one more thing of you son't mind. I dont remember the time of it but i squeezed the cutto see if it was bleeding and little movement I saw on the surface bloodwise. This might have been couple hours or more prior to incident. Again there was no visible bleeding at the time of the incident. In the light of these do you think I am still safe. Does it have to be visible bleeding?
 
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georgiagail replied to dagi1975's response:
Yes, it has to be actively bleeding to be an open portal into the body.

Gail


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