"HIV is transmitted by:
1) having unprotected, penetrative anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.
Anything else you can think of is NOT a risk. You had no risk and do not need to test.
i saw the you answer a lot of questions so I would like to know your opinion on my concern thanks in advance
About 3 weeks ago I was with a woman ( one night stand) and things getting a little hot and am ending fingering her vagina for about 15 min obviously she was wet I don't have any cuts at that time only very short nails, is there any chance to get infected with HIV in case there's presence of the virus in her fluids, I'm concerned since I started getting paranoid about this issue, all the answers will be really helpful and appreciated . Thanks
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