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getting H.I.V in shower

2 years ago I had a protected sex with this girl. but in shower while we were showering together my penis touched her vagina.. what is the risk of getting H.I.V if she has H.I.V?

Last month,I had blood test for something else.. My WBC count was 10.9 and lymphocytes count was 4.35

it seems like high WBC and  lymphocytes count . Does this mean i have HIV ?
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Not a risk of HIV from what you describe.  You can not touch HIV.  Air inactivates the virus.  The only way adults get HIV is from unprotected vaginal or anal penetrating sex or sharing IV drug needles.  Your activity was zero risk (and two years ago).  

Why are you getting this type of blood work?  Part of a routine screen or have you been ill.  White blood cells elevating indicates you were fighting a virus or infection.  However, your wbc does not appear to even be outside of normal.  UP to 11 is normal and for some people it can be higher and they are healthy.  4000 to 11,000 wbc's per microliter is normal.  Your lymphocytes are also normal. https://www.healthline.com/health/lymphocytes#results  Since you had blood work done, talk to your own doctor.  Your numbers seem normal.  And it should be noted that if these DO rise, that is a natural thing that happens for any time you are fighting a virus or infection.  Of any sort.  It indicates your body is working so if anxiety makes you immediately think hiv and cancer, work on the anxiety as the disease you need to conquer.  
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