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i wen to a woman with whom i had sex with a condom. i kept my fingers in her vagina , and it was wet, after some time ,evrything ended and i went to wash my penis, i cleaned my penis with the same hand i kept i her vagina, what are the possiblities of me getting HIV?? please reply
You didn't have exposure to HIV, so you don't need testing. There's a higher probability you'd receive a FALSE positive then revealing your actual HIV status, which is NEGATIVE. Not to mention that HIV tests are not cheap at all despite being offered for free in most countries.
If you ever have UNPROTECTED vaginal/anal sex with a person who is diagnosed with HIV or someone of an unkown status, or shared needles for injecting IV drugs, take a test at 3 months post exposure.
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