Hiv risk?

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hi everyone.

I fear i may have been exposed to hiv. I fingered a lady whose hiv status i am unsure of. My fingernails were quite long and i think that may have cut her on the inside of her vagina. When i removed my fingers from her vagina, i noticed blood on my fingers and under my fingernails. My fingers were inside her vagina for quite some time.

What is the risks of me getting hiv this way? I am really paranoid about this. Please help

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    guys please help

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    first , you're going crazy but don't even know her status. find out her hiv status . that much blood wouldn't give you hiv on too of that. you should be fine if you worried den you and her both get tested and see

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      thank you for responding. i asked her to get tested. the result was negative from a finger prick test. however, prior to that, the last time she has been tested was 4 years ago. I've read that one cannot get hiv by fingering. however, the worrying thing for me is that there was blood underneath my fingernails.

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      i work at a lab and had been poked by a needle and negative free. and ive heard and heard many story people who been actually poked and patient had hiv and never contracted it . the blood is to little if she did . your blood would have to combine with hers which is rare . stop worrying

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