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I met unknown girl ( do not know her hiv status ), i was putting my fingers inside her vagina and suddenly i felt in my fingers fluids (there is no major cut in my hand but my nails is too short ) , so she washed her self and come back to play in my penis ,she put her hands on it ( dunno if she washed her hands properly ) , i took a tissue and wrapped my penis and coming the sperm .
I am so tensed about this situation , please let me know if is there risk for getting the HIV virus and need to do a test .?
Thank you for your reply , but i want to know in case the vagina fluids in her hands (less quantity ) and touch my penis in order to erection so is there any risk ?
Thank you again and sorry for disturbing
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