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Blood stains on bed blanket

Hi!

I had sexual intercourse with a girl I don't know HIV status. No penetration, but we were naked. She had an abrasion on her knee and it was not bleeding directly, but lest some blood stains on blanket when she stands on it.

Is it possible to get HIV if my penis touched this stains during the intercourse?

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You didn't have penetration but you had sexual intercourse. I presume you mean you had oral sex. Correct?
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You previously posted about sores and were told there is no risk from that, so please identify what it is that you did that is different from that encounter. https://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV-Prevention/Protected-vaginal-sex---sore-rub-on-pubis-close-to-penis/show/3049635#post_14452574
Well, no. Sorry for my English, I meant it was kind of petting - no penetration of my penis into mouth, vagina or anus of partner. Only touching each other bodies))

My concern is as described about blood stains on the blanket - which could come in contact to my penis during the process or after (i was sleeping in the bed).
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Well, no. Sorry for my English, I meant it was kind of petting - no penetration of my penis into mouth, vagina or anus of partner. Only touching each other bodies))

My concern is as described about blood stains on the blanket - which could come in contact to my penis during the process or after (i was sleeping in the bed).
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This is the same as the other encounter that I linked above. There are only 3 ways to get hiv which were noted on that thread, you did not do any of the 3, so you should be pleased to know that you had zero risk. Nothing left to say. Next time you wonder if you had a risk refer to the 3 and if you didn't do any of the 3, you can self identify that you had no risk.
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