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911Doctor : I would not waste any time worrying about this. This is a very low risk sexual encounter. There was no vagina-penis-mouth contact, so STDs from this are nearly impossible.
Customer: Hi Doctor
Customer: So, even if there were a small amount of vaginal fluid in her hand and then touched my penis that wont be a risk exposure?
911Doctor : yes
911Doctor : even if
911Doctor : the entry point for STDs is either open sores
911Doctor : like a cut
911Doctor : or the tip of the penis
911Doctor : and STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphylis
911Doctor : need skin to skin contact
911Doctor : vaginal fluid can carry viruses and bacteria,
911Doctor : but the exposure needs to be significant,
911Doctor : and from what you are telling me this was as safe as sex can be without abstinence
911Doctor : expecially if you are now some weeks after the encounter and have no symptoms
911Doctor : standing by
Customer: In fact I made a quick hiv test yesterday (26 days from the encounter) and got negative
Customer: so, should I forget about this?
Customer: sorry, got disconected
911Doctor : if you are worried about HIV, and I do not think you need to be at all... you need a test three months after the encounter to get close to 100% certainty... if it were me, I would forget about this now, but would understand if you wanted to do another test.
911Doctor : YOU MAY FIND THIS LINK HELPFUL (http://www.columbiacountyny.com/depts/health2/std.html)
911Doctor : are you there?
911Doctor : sure
Customer: so, I should not worry about this in your opinion
911Doctor : that is correct. you should not worry about this.
Customer: thanks a lot