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Fingering with calluses or wart in finger?

I know fingering itself is no risk activity.

my doubt is when there a callus or wart in the finger, is there any risk?
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3191940 tn?1447272317
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Absolutely not.  There is NOTHING that would make fingering a risk - cuts, scrapes, warts, callouses don't matter.  It is never a risk.  If you had a wound on your finger that would allow HIV in, it would be bleeding so heavily that you could not possibly finger someone.  You would be in the hospital getting stitches or having surgery.
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thank you
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