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hi,everyone,I am a 21 year old male youth,not long ago I and a female workers mutual masturbation, but my glans penis has a small wound, in the event to finish in the last moment , my hand was covered with liquid from the she after orgasm appeared some vaginal secretions and then give yourself masturbation, I'm sure my hand have a lot of vaginal secretions , and absolute multiple met my wounds, unfortunately I finally after ejaculation, my urethral orifice of residual semen and met vaginal secretions, and she is a AIDS carriers  
excuse me whether I will also infection, need to do testing? I am very anxious and hope that experts can help me
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186166 tn?1385259382
hiv is not transmitted outside it's host...the body.

transmission occurs when a penis is inside a vagina / anus.

you had NO risk
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Thank LIZZIE LOU, I now moved to cry, because this conclusion are too much for me, don't the AIDS virus as long as contact air, there is no infectious?
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186166 tn?1385259382
re-read what i told you
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Well, I see, thank you , I will not have made such a mistake, starting from tomorrow do a love life, this time for me is too cruel, because she is a HIV carriers, I'm afraid, I can completely ruled out infection? I'm sorry to bother you
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186166 tn?1385259382
if you did not have penetrative vaginal / anal sex...then you had NO risk.

in other words...if you didn't stick your little tt into her pp...you're safe ! ! !
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