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STD&hiv risks fingering by dry wounds

I went to the brothels for the 2 following days,I know Singapore has the strictest laws for every sex workers must undergoing health checkup within 3 months, due to peer pressure,low self esteem & low self worth. If I can find a  true love, Iove will overcome my lustful illusion.
I fingering with a wounded nail fingers,I feel little wet& moist when my finger inserted 2mm not too deep inside , within a minute, then I just pulled out my finger. I had breast job, handjob & oral sex with condom.

My main concern is if I scratch a tiny wound in her private parts,will it infect me?

At that time,I can still feel sharping pain on my nail fingers but i'm not sure if the wounds has completely healed

I had tested 3-4weeks rapid test is negative. Should I be worried?

I also had a very realistic vivid dreams about this problem.
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3191940 tn?1447268717
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The only risks for HIV transmission in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles.

You cannot get HIV through your finger, no matter what.  You had zero risk for HIV from this event.  

I don't know why you mentioned your dream, but your dreams are not relevant, and your dream does not turn a zero-risk event into a risk.
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