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Girl on top rubbing me..

Had a oral sex and rimming with a girl.. I know is no risk.. But the girl sat on me and rubbing vaginal with my pennis.. I m very sure not penetrative inside.. But maybe my pennis head got a bit inside her vaginal lips.. And the vaginal fluids touch my head.. Is that a risk? I didn't wear any condom because I didn't plan and wan sex with her...
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Anybody answer please?
3191940 tn?1447268717
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No one here can determine whether you penetrated her or not.  Only you could possibly know.

No penetration = no risk
Brief penetration = extremely low risk.  Most people wouldn't even bother testing for an exposure like this, especially since you don't even know if she is HIV+.  
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What I mean is not penetration inside.. This I m sure.. But maybe my pennis touched or rubbing her wet vaginal.. This make me worried...
No penetration = no risk, no matter how worried you are.  
Thanks so much
She knows there is no hiv risk doing this, which is the only reason she didn't require you to wear a condom.
Sir anxiousnomore... No hiv risk even pennis touching vaginal when rubbing.. Even the vaginal fluids will touching pennis.. Or when rubbing the head of pennis will go in a bit of vaginal?
You must be very anxious, because you have repeated all of the advice but put a question mark at the end of each sentence.
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As the others have stated, NO RISK.  You're asking about rubbing and touching vagina was already explained that it is not a risk.  The risks:  unprotected and penetrating vaginal or anal sex or sharing IV drugs.  Nothing else is a risk.  Touching is not a risk.  Air is involved.  Air inactivates the virus.  Please accept this answer.  NO RISK.
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