Anonymous
I had a one night stand with ans unknown girl (seems to have a lot of sex) which actually was none because there was no real sex. But the following happened:

She went to the bathroom to take a shower, she did and after she came back to the bed she told me that she expects her menstruation tomorrow so I decided not to have sex at all. But we started a little peddling where she gave me a hand job and also played with her self. During her play believe and hope that she touched her vagina just at the surface. Later, about 15min later, we were finishing and she stared to do the hand job faster for me to come, at this moment she tried fingering me in the anus, as soon as I noticed it I told her to stop because I don't like it. She managed to get into my anus for maybe 1cm, I guess, and it was no longer then 2-3 seconds (I guess). The problem is the following: The next morning i found her panties slip in the junk of the bathroom and it had some dark brown points (menstruation blood or pre menstruation fluids...I got scared now, what if she had some blood after touching herself on the finger and what is the risk in this case if this finger with some traces of blood got to my anus like described above???? Note: I did not notice any blood at this time but it was dark and I did not look after, I also did not notice any blood traces on the white bad... I am really scared, should I be?? Is an HIV infection possible this way?
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Anonymous
Hello, and thank you for your question to the AIDS Vancouver Helpline forum,

You have a good question and showing good ownership for your health by bringing up your concern.

You are at no risk for HIV. If the girl had blood present on her finger, the HIV positive blood would have been exposed to air, and once the virus is exposed to air it no longer can transmit.

This chart will describe the transmission of HIV:

BODY FLUID
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ACTIVITY
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DIRECT ACCESS TO BLOODSTREAM
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• blood (including menstrual) • unprotected anal or vaginal intercourse • vagina
• semen • sharing needles • anus
• pre-cum • mother to child (in specific cases) • urethra in the penis
• rectal secretions • open cuts and sores (in theory)
• vaginal fluids • other mucosal membranes
• breast milk • points of needle injection
I hope I was able to alleviate some discomfort you are having. If you live in the BC area and have more questions, feel free to give us a call. Also our website has lots of information on HIV transmission.

Jasmine

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