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I am a Chinese male,24.Two weeks ago,I make love with a woman,before we start,I had used a condom,then I put my fingers INSIDE her vagina,I am sure that when my fingers out,there is much secretions from her on my fingers.
Then we begin to make love for 2 minutes,I took off the condom and have hand-job by myself.After an hour,I found there have a scar inside Frenulum of Prepuce（I had no circumcision before),the scar can still be queezed out some tissue fluid and little blood.
My Question Is:
After I take off the condom and do hand-job by myself,the SCAR on my prepuce TOUCHED her SECRETIONS on my fingers.
I heared that there are lots of "Target cell" on the prepuce,it is easy to infected.
Can that be called as " derect " contact ? Do I need a test ?
And we have a oral sex at first.I am afraid that her saliva infected my scar.Is dangerous?
I am so scared because in China, some doctor said that is very dangerous.I need your help, please help me, thank you very much.
HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host (unlike many bacteria or fungi, which may do so under suitable conditions), except under laboratory conditions; therefore, it does not spread or maintain infectiousness outside its host.
HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
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Thank you，friend。I am just worry abouti the HIV will transmitted by my scar on my prepuce，because there have Target Cell and Hiv can reproduce。
In China，some doctor said that people would want to vomit if the Hiv infected you，and I want to vomit some days。
Sorry for my poor English ，So you mean it dose not matter if the Hiv touched my scar on prepuce，because as soon as SECRETIONS exposed on air，HIV becomes inactive and unable to infect even HIV TOUCH “Target Cell”?
Hi Lizzie, I found many people is anxious about the wound touches the secretion. I am also one of them. I had a similar case as NEVER1112.
I have a wound near my groin. When the sexual happened, I am afraid her secretion touched my wound. My wound is narrow as a line. It was stopping bleeding for 20 mins. Or it was a little bleeding or never bleed. But when the wound touched water, I can feel pain. If the wound touched the secretion, do I have any risk? P.S. The secretion should be the fresh one that exposed in the air in several seconds before it touched my wound. (1-2 drops of secretion) In that case, how much risk do I have? Appreciated!!
If the wound is fresh and touched the fresh secretion that is out of its host, I am also safe. Only because it happened in the air? We cannot understand that we are still in the fear. Could you please tell us the reason?
Dear RainLover, Thank you so much for your reply. I will post the last 2 questions!
But our concern is that the virus only was exposed to the air for several seconds.
The wound touched the secretion with the virus that from a infected female in a very short time.
The virus in the secretion can become inactive so fast?
If yes, I believe all of us will be out of the fear.
By the way, I want to ask a question for my friends. Is there any risk if someone put a finger with a fresh wound but not bleeding into a infect female's ***** in several seconds?
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