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My english is very bad so I'll be not able to depicts it in exact words. I was in my frnd house with his family. At night I was sleeping with his family on bed and he was sleeping on floor because there was no extra bedding. But the problem started in night. In morning he told me that he has masturbated in night in his pants and due to his foolishness he also touched his feet with sperm. And then he went to bathroom. Now after he went to bathroom I also used it after 5-10 mins. Now I'm afraid because he his hiv positive and if somehow some sperm come in contact with my feet and as all know that you can get pregnant from the sperm. I'm so scared if somehow sperm touched my barefeet and later while sleeping it got rubbed in bed from my feet and touched my vagina though I was wearing a panty and a night pant. But still I'm afraid can i hiv from it or pregnant from it. Please reply.
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You cannot get HIV through your feet, or through any other skin on your body, even if you have cuts and scrapes.  You cannot get HIV through sperm outside of the body, no matter what.

The only risks for HIV transmission in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles.
Thanks for your valuable answer. Can i get pregnant from it. If the sperm come in contact through the feet
No, absolutely not.   Pregnancy is cause by having intercourse without birth control.  It is caused when a man puts his penis into a woman's vagina, unprotected.  There is no other scenario that is a pregnancy concern.
20620809 tn?1504362969
You can't get HIV in this way, only by having unprotected vaginal or anal sex or sharing IV drug needles can you get HIV.  Air inactivates the virus.  Nor can you get pregnant.  To get pregnant, you need to have had a penis in your vagina.  
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