That's exactly the sort of thing I meant by "Even if one can envision a theoretical risk from fingering, in the 30 years of the known worldwide HIV/AIDS epidemic." Do you imagine you're the first person involved in fingering with sexual secretions on the fingers? Theoretical risk? Sure. Known to have happened? No.
So even if there may be pre cum on the fingers it's still not a risk?
Ok thank you. I guess the idea of a
possibility of pre cum on his fingers freaked me out. He at no point in time ejaculated. Thank you for your answer
I'm sorry I meant to say I did not know if it was on his fingers and if this was a risk for infection for me
You already know what I'm going to say, as indicated by "I have read this is no risk on this site". Did you think I or Dr. Hook would change our minds for your particular question? Even if one can envision a theoretical risk from fingering, in the 30 years of the known worldwide HIV/AIDS epidemic, nobody is known to have been infected by hand-genital or hand-anal contact.
For more detailed discussions, enter "fingering" in this forum's search function and read through the nearly 1,000 threads that will show up.
Regards-- HHH, MD
Ok thank you I was just looking for reassurance and you gave me it thanks alot
So you would think testing unnecessary?