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Tahnk you for your post. here are your answers:
1) Can HIV survive in blood mixed with benzocaine+lidocaine?
NO, IT CAN'T.
2) When I apply the gel to my penile head, the fact that benzocaine can absorbed into bloodstream, does it mean HIV (if its in the gel) also gets absorbed into my bloodstream despite the intact skin?
AS MENTIONED ABOVE, THIS IS IMPOSSIBLE.
3) When I washed my penile head after applying the gel, can the water mixed with the gel and enter my urethra?
POSSIBLY, BUT THAT IS IRRELEVANT
What is the risk of my contracting HIV from the above 3 scenarios?
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