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Fingering question

I recently too part in mutual masturbation with a male of unkown status. He fingered my anus and I did not if he had pre cum on his fingers. He did not ejaculate. I have read this is no risk on this site but other sites tell differently so I was curious. Thank you.
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239123 tn?1267647614
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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.
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So even if there may be pre cum on the fingers it's still not a risk?
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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
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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
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239123 tn?1267647614
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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
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Ok thank you I was just looking for reassurance and you gave me it thanks alot
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So you would think testing unnecessary?
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