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I had a small broken blister in my hand which i got when i was smoking. The blister is in the bottom of the finger. I went to the prostitute 1 and half days after i got my blister. I never had sex. It was BJ with condom. But the mistake is. I touched her vagina with the finger in which i had the blister, not sure whether the blister touched her vagina, because i had the blister only at the bottom of the finger, and that too i touched her vagina with finger only for maximum 5 to 10 second and then washed my anus with the same finger. So iam afraid whether there is any transimission chance from my hand to anus. Please advice. I sorry to ask, I will not ask again about this. Please answer me clearly.
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