i need your very experience opinion on the below matter , please inform if there is any risk
Do you think I should get tested for hep a, b or c :
My exposures :
1. hand job without condom , prostitute has a very small cut on her hand which might have touched my urethra , I am not sure whether that cut was fresh or not but it was there and it was very small.( as you alway ssay there is atheoretical risk if th e cut is fresh , keeping in mind her cut it was not such a cut that was oozing blood it was avey small cut i have seen that cut on her hand after one day only , and that time it seems it has completely healed out and there was skin over it . may that was many days old but iam not sure may b e fresh
2. sucked nipples very hard , a s sort of bite did not tasted blood but who knows I am not sure as I was drunk
u think testing I s warranted for both the episodes , both happen with different prostitutes (asian)
please see if I have risk when do you think I should get tested and which test , please help .
Welcome to the Forum. As you point out, there is an important difference between a theoretical risk and an actual risk. The concerns you express are theoretical and have no basis in scientific data. Hepatitis A is only spread by fecal-oral contact so, unless you had oral contact with her rectum or somehow ingested her stool, that is not a concern for you. As for hepatitis B and C, these are both blood borne infections which are not described to have been spread by kissing, masturbation or sucking on a partner's nipples. That she may have had a cut on her hand while masturbating you does not change that. I urge yo not to worry, these were no risk exposures. You do not need testing. EWH
due to extreme anxiety i forget to tell you that i kissedher open mouthed kissing there were two small cuts on my lip . idont know it was fresh or not but itwas red , is this also no risk for hep b and c
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