I had a 1 hr stint with a lady in a strip club. I didn't have any kind of insertion (vaginal, anus). She had an underwear on and she did a lap dance. Also, I have a cut on my finger 6 days before this incident due to a kitchen knife, causing good amount of blood flow. I covered that wound all the 6 days with a band-aid. After 3 days, the blood flow stopped happening. But I am not sure if the skin was totally closed. I think there was still some parts of it open, though there was no bleeding. With this finger I fingered her for about 2-3 seconds.
Also, she did oral sex to me, again for about 2-3 seconds. We kissed, 5 -6 times. I am not sure what chances of contracting HIV are assuming she was infected? Please help me.
Thanks a lot for your comforting words.... But I kept reading over the internet that open cuts, mucous membrane exposure can cuase the virus to enter your body. Though I am pretty sure of no blood oozing out, I am worried of the fact that my skin was not closed.
Thaks again.. one final question.. request your patient reply...
When I said the skin was cut, it was not a vertical cut into the body.. but a cut where a layer of skin got removed...i mean hanging.... In those 5-6 days, I remember it getting attached...with no blood flow...
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