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It is impossible to know whether someone injured you at the strip club. An injection would typically only leave a small hole for entry of the needle. A small cut would typically indicate something more than a needle.
If the stripper was wearing any type of clothing or jewelry with a sharp edge, it would be more likely that there was an accidental scraping of the skin, rather than an intentional injury.
Do you recall whether either stripper was wearing anything with a sharp edge?
There is no reason to get tested because of this encounter.
The lap dance, itself, does not carry any risk.
It is difficult to imagine a scenario in which a stripper would intentionally puncture or cut you in a manner that would pose a risk of transmission of HIV. If the strippers were someone that you knew and in some way had some form of conflict, then suspicion of an intentional injury would seem a possibility.
If it is an accidental cut, which is most likely, then an accidental cut typically would not involve a source for the virus. For example, if some jewelry were to accidentally cut the wrist, there would not be a source of the virus to enter the wound. Consequently, there still would not be any concern regarding infection.
Is there any further information that would be helpful?
No. Rubbing the penis on the external vagina would not pose any risk for HIV. It also would not pose any risk for other STDs that are transmitted by body fluids. It would require penetration for transmission of HIV or other STDs that are transmitted by body fluids.
However, rubbing external genitalia can allow for transmission of certain STDs that are transmitted by skin-to-skin contact, primarily HPV/genital warts or genital herpes.
No, I do not think that you need to get tested.
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