My girlfriend living other country, she sent to me her pants which have a little vagina liquid and she sent to me bloody napkin from vagina there was so much dried blood. She sent to me package it arrive in 4 day then I opened package I smell bloody napkin and touch, after this I didnt wash my hands so afew time later I had close wound on my head I mill it then it start bleeding abit can I get hiv from there. second question is I touch and smell her pant as I said there was very little vaginal liquid there can I get from there.. Thanks forr answering.. by the way I dont know she is HIV+ but I am paranoid. please help I cant sleep many dayss
But after touch I play with my closed wound on my head then It bleed alittle ?
so when I touch that napkin if there germs can stay on my finger ? I wish I never wanted from her bloody napkin or pant :(
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