So I'm on a business trip with clients when we hit a local San Diego strip club.
At the end of the night my client buys me a lap dance (I avoided all all night). The stripper while dancing takes my hand and rubs my pointer finger on her open vagina. No insertion into her vaginal hole, but she spread her labia and rubbed my finger around there. I was pretty disgusted and immeditately went to the bathroom to wash my hands. It was then when I noticed that I had a relatively fresh cuticle cut on the same finger (maybe 2 hrs old, but still red; dried blood).
I've been paranoid ever since. Granted I came down with a cold 3 days later (it's now a week later and I'm still sick -- head cold, runny nose, cough, sneezing, phlegm, swollen neck gland, etc.) which didn't help, but I'm chalking that up to little sleep and many plane rides over 3 action-packed days.
I'm freaking out over my exposure, and I've told my wife what happened so my conscious isn't playing too much havoc on me (she's ok with it). I'm just frightened that I've contracted HIV. Can you provide me with details about the available tests I can take (and when) so that I can be 100% sure I'm HIV free?
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