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oral..girl very briefly put her finger in my mouth, blood

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im worries about potential for STD or HIV transmission from recent one night stand, we did not have full sex or oral only masturbation however the girl very briefly put her finger in my mouth, I also saw she had removed a tampon before the act although there was no blood visible, am I at risk, this took place when I was in Africa
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Hawaii-MD replied 8 years ago.
Could you explain "not have full sex?"
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to Dr. Anaya's Post: Thanks for prompt reply, I only masturbated (she was also masturbating) the only contact between the girl and myself was when she briefly put her finger in my mouth after she had been masturbating with the same finger so there was definetely some degree of vaginal fluid albeit probably quite a snall amount
Expert:  Hawaii-MD replied 8 years ago.
The risk of transmission of HIV from vaginal secretions to your mouth are much lower than they would be from a coital exposure however it really depends on her viral load if she had HIV. However, hepatitis, HSV, gonorrhea, etc are much more likely to be contracted from this type of exposure. I recommend you go in and have an STD screen performed.
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