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HIV without sex/drugs

I know what the literature says on this forum.
My question is  Is it possible to get HIV without having oral or sexual intercourse?

I engaged in ejaculating during lap dances, occasionally putting fingers on outside of vagina not sure if I inserted.. Assume that I did..licking and maybe sucking of nipples..not sure if I had cuts or sores while getting lap dances

Note that I had a lot of lap dances but never was naked with a woman other than partner..

Do I have any worries for HIV or any other stds

Please help me calm down

Thanks in advance
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Oral sex is not a risk. Lap dancing isn't a risk with or without cloths. Fingering and sucking nipples isn't a risk. You didn't have a risk of contracting HIV.
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hiv is transmitted through...
unprotected vaginal / anal intercourse
sharing iv drug works
mother to child

if and when you have one of the above exposures...THEN you have put yourself at risk.
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Thanks Teak and Lizzie Lou..

Teak.. that was a relief.. not sure why you mentioned Oral sex.. Do you think any of the activities I mentioned can be classified as oral sex.. I never had my penis in anyone's mouth neither did I put my mouth on any female..

Please let me know.. Thanks in advance..
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