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HIV from handjob with blood present?

Hi everybody!

And thank you for a informative forum. I know this has been asked already in a way, but I can not help worrying.

I got a handjob (without condom, obviously) from an female escort in Thailand for soon three weeks ago. During the handjob she pulled my foreskin roughly so that i started bleeding. I noticed this back home, but I felt the pain during the handjob.

Now, I could not see any visible blood in her hands (which should of course have been strange), but I don't know about wounds or vaginal fluids.

After 11 days I have a very sore throat and some fever.

Should I get tested? Have there actually ever been any HIV transmissions trough handjob, a single one? I guess as the amounts of handjobs given and the large possibility of wounds in penis something would have happened if HIV could be transmitted this way?
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no risk bro, hiv is fragile and will be inactive once exposed to air. and zero mode of transmission
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The only adult risks for HIV are:
1) having unprotected, penetrative vaginal or anal sex with someone of unknown status, or
2) sharing intravenous drug needles

You did not get HIV from this event.  No one has ever contracted HIV from a hand job - because it is a zero risk event for HIV.
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