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Author Topic: Fingering exposed nail cut to vaginal fluid and exposed saliva to nail cut  (Read 8180 times)

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Offline loco

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HELLO Andy, Ann and all members admins and moderators of this board.

English is not my native language, so my apologize for bad spelling. You might want to know that your help is highly appeciated accross the US borders,  your help goes worldwide and i have no doubt  god bless you all.

 So in advance thankyou very much.

Here is my story.

On August 5 i went to a girl  stripper club, and had a private  play with a girl (im male) i put a condom on my fingers in order to make the fingering  on her vagina, i had inserted  2 fingers protected with a condom but on the 3rd finger wich was unprotected i might have a little sore or nail cut, im almost sure but not in a 100% that i didnt insert that 3rd finger on her vagina.- but for sure it was  exposed to vaginal fluid ,  i had a lot of kissing , breast sucking ,   then she  stroke (masturbate me) when i was wearing a condom. didnt have sexual intercouse.

i have read in several post no one has ever being infected for fingering, but you know the role that can play the mind when you are stressed.

As if i havent had  enought worried i went back on August 26  (stupid me) as i was very worry, at that time  i didnt do anything except  tongue kissing with the same girl.  My worry is that seconds after a tongue kiss i just didnt realize i peel back a pieze of skin from my finger, again the one is near the nails, i might have a little bit of blood because of this, living the skin  alive on that part of my finger.

i have developed some unusual rashes on my back,, neck pain, and  some mouth pain, beside i just saw a couple of kind of little round tiny balls  at the very back of my mouth,(dont know if is becasue of smoking cigarrete (quiting soon)) i didnt had fever, not diaharrea.

im married and have 2 little boys. 

So according to my story, did i was on risk????? Do i need to be tested????????? Can i be calm and rest because of this incident?????

One again thankyou very much for your time

Loco
 


Offline RapidRod

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Re: Fingering exposed nail cut to vaginal fluid and exposed saliva to nail cut
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2008, 02:33:01 PM »
You did not have a risk.
You do not need testing for fingering.
You can move on.

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: Fingering exposed nail cut to vaginal fluid and exposed saliva to nail cut
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2008, 03:09:08 PM »
There was absolutely no risk whatsoever in the incident you are concerned about.

The only real risks sexually are unprotected vaginal or anal sex. Should you go wandering for either of those make sure you always use a condom. Everything else sexually is strictly theoretical for HIV risk. In the real world of HIV it's all about risk via unprotected intercourse.

No testing is necessary for you regarding your incident.
Andy Velez

Offline loco

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Re: Fingering exposed nail cut to vaginal fluid and exposed saliva to nail cut
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2008, 07:14:12 PM »
Andy / Rapid: thks for your reply , just forgot to say that i peel back the skin after the tongue kissing with my mouth .
My worry is that seconds after a tongue kiss i just didnt realize i peel back a pieze of skin from my finger, with my mouth again the one is near the nails, i might have a little bit of blood because of this, living the skin  alive on that part of my finger.
 


Once again can i move on??? Is it possible Hiv can be transamitted on that way????

Do ineed to be tested?????  do i am safe??????

 My mind and the stress are not my best friends at this time.

thks a lot
loco
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Offline Andy Velez

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Re: Fingering exposed nail cut to vaginal fluid and exposed saliva to nail cut
« Reply #4 on: September 14, 2008, 07:20:04 PM »
Loco, there is no need to get tested. Those additional details don't change a thing. You were never at risk for transmission of HIV in this incident you're concerned about.

What I can tell you is that you're a dawg like a lot of us here and you did a bit of straying. Often the aftermath of that kind of thing is outsized worry about HIV, when in fact what's really going on is a lot of post-sex guilt. If that rings a bell for you, just realize you can't undo this bit of your personal history, see it, accept it, take a breath, let it go and get on with your life. That's the best thing you can do for all concerned. Otherwise you will really drive yourself LOCO unnecessarily.

Cheers,
Andy Velez

 


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