I have a question for you. Yesterday I had some sexual experience with a girl, I'm a male. I was penetrating my fingers in her vagina and got some of her liquid on fingers. I had some cuts on the fingers that were bleeding before on my fingers from biting my nails and some of them were deep. I then pleasured myself with the same hand. Im very worried that if the girl had anything it would of gotten to by body through cuts in the fingers. Is it possible to get something like HIV or I should stop worrying?
HIV remains very rare in sexually active heterosexual women in the US, so it is statistically very unlikely your partner had HIV. But but even if she did, there was no chance of transmission of the virus. HIV is never transmitted by hand-genital contact. You shouldn't be all worried, and you do not need testing.
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