Anonymous
Hello, I am concerned because a week ago I fingered my partner's vagina for some minutes. Then she licked my fingers that I used to fingered her and inmediatly after we kissed (french kiss).

I would like to know if I am at risk of getting HIV.

No other sexual activity was performed.

Thanks
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Anonymous
Hello,

Fingering is considered a negligible risk for the transmission of HIV. This means that although there is potential for the exchange of bodily fluids, there has never been a reported case of HIV being transmitted in this way.

Kissing is considered no risk for the transmission of HIV. This means there has never been a reported case of kissing leading to an HIV infection.

You are not at risk for HIV from either of these activities and you do not require HIV testing.

In health,
Erin
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