Anonymous
I read many threads and searched your database before I post this.

Some people said no risk and some said there is a possibility and my anxiety is building up so wanted to check again.

I went to a massage parlor 15 days ago and got a handjob, she pour some oil and gave a handjob and I sucked her nipples few time during that. Touched her vagina few times and put my finger inside.

What are my chances of getting HIV via handjob. If she has any cuts on her hand is there a possibility

I bit the inside of my lip that morning with my teeth while eating, what are my chances of HIV trasmission through that mouth sore since I sucked her nipples.

Any chance of getting it via fingering ( touched it from outside didn't put my finger inside her) her pussy.

Is there a possibility of exposure since I put my finger inside her pussy and then immediately touched my penis while she was giving me hand job.

Were there any exposures ever via hand job, blow job (I didn't get one) and sucking nipples

am posting the question 2nd time hoping that I will get an answer please. Thanks for the help I also donated yesterday for your efforts.

I took the HIV RNA early Detection test after 13 days(on the 14th day). am still waiting for the results. How accurate is the HIV RNA test after 13 days.
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Anonymous
Hello,

Thank you for your inquiry. From what we gather from the question, you were asking about the risk of acquisition of HIV from receiving a hand job, fingering (inserting a finger in the vagina) and oral stimulation of the breasts.

Non-insertive masturbation (hand job) and oral stimulation of the breasts without the presence of breast milk is considered No Risk for HIV transmission. Fingering (i.e inserting a finger in the vagina) possess a Negligible Risk (there is no evidence or no documented cases of transmission) for HIV transmission.

1) Risk of acquisition of HIV from receiving a hand job with presence of small cuts on hand is *not* considered a risk for HIV transmission (No exchange of bodily fluids)

2) The chances of acquiring HIV from oral stimulation of breast without the presence of breasts milk even with a presence of lip sore is considered to be No Risk (transmission of HIV is not possible in the given scenario).

3) Fingering is considered as a Negligible Risk for transmission (there are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission. However, there is a theoretical possibility). Since you mentioned that you did not insert a finger inside the vagina and just touched the outside, this particular scenario does not involve the exchange of bodily fluids and is thus considered a No Risk.

The Pooled RNA,"Early Test" accuracy is 90% at 10-12 days, at 6 weeks it is 95-98% and at 12 weeks is 99%.

Recommendation: There is no evidence or no documented cases of transmission refer to Physician for more personalized answers.

Regards,
AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online,
(Vardah)

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