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... a girl a stranger, my hands were cold so i started to finger her just for about 30 seconds i then drove home and washed my hands then made a sandwich which i eat of course , i noticed i had a cut on my finger a small one but it was healed does your finger have to be bleeding for there to be a risk? ... (3 replies)
Risk Of HIV
Jan 30, 2012
... You will only be at risk if you would have had unprotected sex, which you didnt. Fingering is not a risk of HIV as their is no route of transmission at all. ... (4 replies)
... Is it possible to transmit HIV through fingering her and after that touching my penis with same hand? ... (18 replies)

... I am recently with a sex worker. I was fingering her and she started bleeding. Not realising it, I proceeded to lick her vagina and moments later, only realised that my fingers had blood stains from earlier. ... (1 replies)
... hi a guy fingered me he had pre cum on his finger am i at risk of HIV? ... (4 replies)
... Fingering no no risk at all from anything. ... (11 replies)
... sensitive and a little swollen, and then I remembered that it was because I had bitten off a hangnail a day or two before. I have read quite a lot about the low risk of getting HIV through fingering, but what about the risk of passing it on? ... (1 replies)
... Hiv is never passed on by saliva , fingering or contact outside the body, only unprotected sex. (7 replies)
... Oh really well thats changes everything i have said already which is NOT unprotected sex !! yes your at risk of HIV, go and panic. Where ever your reading this rubbish, ask them to deal with your paranoia as they are fueling it and its clear you dont need much at all. ... (13 replies)
... Hiv is only passed on via unproteced sex, mother to child or sharing a iv needle. Oral and fingering are not a risk of hiv transmission. ... (8 replies)
... Like I said. Saliva is not infectious hence why kissing is not a risk of hiv transmission. ... (7 replies)
Hiv fear
Oct 29, 2014
... I know 12 weeks is the official conclusive period but few days ago I started to have another episode of flu like symptoms such as mild fever, sore throat, cough with phlegm, generalized body ache, diarrhea and weakness in legs. ... (10 replies)
... Tom you were NEVER at risk of HIV from this. HIV is only passed on via unprotected sex, mother to child or sharing IV needles. Your tests have proved this already and you do not need to test further. ... (7 replies)
Risk Of HIV
Jan 30, 2012
... My concern is if she had another std wouldn't it be easier to contract hiv then, also wouldn't I been at risk when taking the condom off my fingers that I used when fingering her. ... (4 replies)
... I am a gay man hiv negative. I had an encounter with a man whose std ot hiv status I do not know. At the time I had a hemorrhoid that might have been bleeding. ... (7 replies)
... HIV is not passed on outside the body, so HIV is passed on via unprotected sex, mother to child or sharing a IV needle. ... (9 replies)
... In the absence of menstrual blood or a high vial load in the secretions and an open sore there is a statistically insignificant possibility. ... (8 replies)
... It used to just be ruining my sex life, but now the fear of HIV has tangled itself into my own identity so I'm pretty much screwed... ... (1 replies)
... You keep saying the same thing over, and still the answer is the same , its not a risk of HIV transmission. ... (13 replies)
... Thats ok mate, but really you dont need to test. Going for a test will only increase or impregnate worrys into your mind that you had a risk of HIV. ... (9 replies)


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