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Bitten by a stripper causes laceration

I just returned from a strip club in Australia after I visited with some work colleagues.  I was given a dance by a Chinese stripper.  At one stage, she bit my neck. It actually hurt a lot and I was extremely annoyed with her.  I warned her not to do that again and she seemed perplexed that I would ask her to refrain from such acts.  She must have been drunk at the time cause she smelt of alcohol.  She was totally nude and she was dry humping me a lot.  I was wearing pants although she did touch my bare chest a lot having unbuttoned my shirt.

When I returned home, I noticed there was a laceration on the area where she bit me under the ear.  It's about 3 milimetres long and 2 milimetres in height.  I tried to see if there was any blood but it appears there isn't any.  Perhaps it had all dried up by the time I got home.  I don't know.  It got me very worried and I'm obviously quite concerned.  The area is a little red around the laceration.   I'm sure there was blood there as she also later kissed me a few times on that part of the neck and ran her hands on me and where she had bitten me after she touched her virgina.  She looked clean and she had a very healthy mouth (teeth looked in great condition, not sure about her gums).

I can't get to sleep thinking of what she did to me.  I'm concerned that I may get HIV (AIDS) or an STD.  I have a family with young children and I'm just a little concerned about kissing them.  I'm also concerned about kissing my wife and having sex with her.  Should I get a test done?  Should I be concerned.  Please advise.
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You can not get an STD that way.
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Could I get anything else, like hepatitis or HIV?
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Hep I don't know-post in the Hep form for that answer. HIV-No risk.
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