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Thanks for your question.
The risk of HIv is very low.
Here is why:
There is no unprotected vaginal sex.
There is no visible open deep wounds with blood.
In this case, the risk is 1 in 100,000 statistically.
so this is practically very unlikely.
Did anyone got HIV like this before
no in otherwords
I am just concern about touching her vagina
is this can lead to HIV
no this is not likely.
Or do you suggest to have an HIV test for this or no need.
There is no need from this episode.
Can you please specify how HIV can be spread usually for future precautions.
Unprotected vaginal or anal sexual activity.
firect contact with the blood or vaginal fluid in an open sore.
Direct contact with the blood is more important
when we say anal and vaginal , how deep anal sex can lead to
any anal sex -- increases the risk of bleeding from the anal lining.
So in my case I does not have any direct contact with any of her fluids except saliva.
and saliva is very low risk.
this is asuming she has HIV in the first place.
Ok it means licking the my scrotum still posses small risk as her saliva touched scrotum and beginning of my anus.
but since you do not have any open sore or blood there, the risk is very low if there is at all.
Yes I don't have any open sore or blood there. OK now is sharing and smoking sheesha with infected person with offcourse seprate mouth piece can lead to HIV
no since you are using separate mouth piece.
what other STD can I get from above mentioned incident
Gonorrhea, chlamydia, hepatitis B.
Their risk is also small.
How these infections spread and why I have small risk
Also what precaution I should take to stop spreading others if just in case I got infected
they are spread by direct blood contact ( blood to blood).
in your cae there is no blood involved.
I read somewhere that some STD can spread only by skin contact is it true
unless there is visible rash, cut, wound or oozing blood.
this is not true otherwise.