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Done fingering, had it in mouth. Could i catch HIV fingering female?

Hi i have a question..i wanna know could i catch hiv fingering a female? I bite my nails often and theres broken skin on the finger i used..she also fingered herself and put her finger in my mouth, can i catch hiv that way..when we woke up i noticed blood was on my finger the one i used to finger her with and she had blood on the finger she used to finger herself and put in my mouth..am i at risk of having hiv
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Hi and thanks for the question,
The finding of blood on your finger increases the possibility of getting HIV. Remember HIV is transmitted and lives in blood fluids especially blood. I suggest you visit your family physician as soon as you can, first to get tested, and may be managed as a case of accidental blood exposure as you await results of the test. It would be advisable to know the status of your partner next time, before engaging in any risky sexual act. If not, using the condom and avoiding any risky behaviours would be of great help.
Thanks and best regards,
luchuo, MD.
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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