hi. i am very worried. i kissed on cheek a friend who had a pimple with blood. i donta remember having a cut on my face. i did not wshed my face and i touched it. a few minutes later my nose bleed an i touched her with my hands tha touched my cheek. then i got home and my boyfriend kissed me with his lips on my cheek that touched the pimple woth the blood. he touched me on my cheek and then on my gentitals. is there a chance that i got hiv from the bloody pimple as i touched my bleedy nose , my boy kiss me with his lips on cheek an touched me there and then to my genital without washing my face or my hands?? i am terrified!!!!
hi. thanks for your answer.. if the blood came into contact with my skin in y face and i touched it and then i touched my bleeding nose or my boy kiss me with his lips on my cheek with touched the blood from pimple or he touched this spot on my cheek and then my genitals?? i did not washed my face nor hands........... i cant calm
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