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    Transmission and hiv active
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    An_250936 posted:
    Hello, I am a 24 year old gay male. I have been diagnosed with hpv and herpes 1. On wednesday i met up with a guy off of the internet who claimed he was hiv neg. he fingered me aggressively without any lube. We both noticed there was blood on the sheets and his finger. We did oral and anal (1min) both protected. Did the water test out of anxiety and didnt see any leakage. He ejaculated on my chest/face....what i dont remember is if i used the same hand i used to rub his cum over my chest to finger myself afterwards. Knowing that the cut was there which is maybe 2-3cm in length?
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    An_250936 responded:
    Anyone?
     
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    georgiagail replied to An_250936's response:
    Your posting is a bit confusing. I got the idea from your posting that the blood was yours from his fingering you agressively without lubrication.

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    H415c replied to georgiagail's response:
    Yes....i assume that since i had a cut after i checked in the mirror


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