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I am scared to death of possible HIV infection.
wolfalf posted:
I went with a woman which I dontknow her HIV status , and I discovered that she is at her period, she used some tisuues to cover her bleeding, so we did not have sex. Instead she played with my organ with a condom and I cum inside the condome, My quistion is: she touched herself but I did not see any blod on her hands , may be non visable blod or a touch of blod was on her hands, but when she placed the condom on me she touched the inside surface of the condom with her fingures and then placed it on my organ, to what extent did this action put me in HIV risk assuming the worse case that she was hiv+? please answer me coause I am very scared.
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georgiagail responded:
Absolutely no risk whatsoever....

wolfalf replied to georgiagail's response:
Thank you Gail, even if there is some little blod in her fingures, are you sure? I amgetting crazy
Nieciedo replied to wolfalf's response:
I agree with Gail 100%. You say you didn't see any blood and blood, being red and all, is pretty hard to miss. Moreover, you never actually came into any intimate contact with her or her fluids, so it's quite impossible to get HIV in this way. Finally, of course, you do not know if she had HIV in the first place, and if she didn't have HIV then she couldn't very well have given it to you.

Please try to stop obsessing over this. You were not at risk and no testing is necessary.

wolfalf responded:
Thank you Dan, bur my consern is if there was some little blood on her fingures that i did nor recognise, still this in aslo not risky if she is hiv ?
misskathyd replied to wolfalf's response:
If you are that concerned, GO GET TESTED!!!!

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