hello, i had an encounter with one unknown woman,she gave me a handjob,and i kissed all over her body,except her lips,tits and vagina,there were no scars,scabs and bleedind on her body,can i get hiv?I remember clearly that she was thin.I am really anxious.Please i really need some doctor to answer me.I really cant move on with my life,should i get an HIV test.I did not kiss her on the lips,i did not kiss her tits, i didnt perform oral sex.there were no exchange of fluid whatsoever..please helpView Thread
am sorry to contradict you,i wish you were right,but according to the cdc you get hiv from mutual masturbation,because i fingered while she had her underwear on.so there is a risk,in 3 months i am going for my hiv test,am really scared, i wish i never done that irresponsible actView Thread
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