The bump you describe does not sound like hsv lesions at all. Hsv forms a fluid filled blister that is usually painful and multiples of them. What you describe is more like an infected ingrown hair or pimple. Herpes sores don't really bleed.
Your risk of acquiring hiv from this is slim to none. First im sure it stopped bleeding and started to scab. Second she would have to be hiv+ which I doubt. Third even if she was you are looking at odds of like 1 in a 1000 that you could have acquired hiv.
My advice is take an hiv test at 8 weeks and get an hsv igg type specific test as well. Not because I think you have either because I don't. Because I think the neg test results will set your mind at ease
Again I don't believe you have hsv and I really don't think you have hiv
Tnx for your prompt responses,it has helped put me @ ease a bit.a nurse posted on a similar discussion saying herpes bump can appear as a single bump resembling a pimple,if this was a herepes bump that was popped 12 hours before sex,what's the hiv risk from this exposure? Thanks once again
Still no real risk. Herpes only can put you more at risk if its an open sore. That goes for any open sore.
Your sore was a scab not an open sore.
Ok here are some odds for you to digest. If she had hiv and you had unprotected sex your chance of acquiring hiv is over 1 in a 1000. You had protected sex with a popped (in my opinion pimple) with someone who most likely does not have hiv.
See what i'm getting at. You did not get hiv through the popped healing small sore. I know all about the anxiety an episode like this can cause. Believe in the science of it and please do not read so much. This miss info is everywhere.
To put it in perspective... is there a chance, sure but there is also a chance you get hit in the head tomorrow by a meteor. A realistic possibility oh hell no.
Again get tested at eight weeks. That will put your mind at ease.
Tnk u very much,i appreciate