Welcome to the Forum. My answer is the same as the answer you just received on the HIV Prevention community site- this was a no risk exposure. Mutual masturbation does not put you at risk for HIV, even if your partner's genital secretions get on you. this includes, "fingering". The HIV virus does not live well outside of the body and is not transferred to cause infection on a person's fingers. There is no indication for testing related to the exposure you report and no need for testing.
Hope this comment helps. EWH
I don't know if I expressed myself correctly but the "fingering" was received by me with the semen on the other's hand (I am stating that coz I didn't really understand if you got my question but this is what i meant "fingering" )
I understand how you were exposed. This did not put you at risk for HIV. EWH
I state that coz I see that you say about exposure from fingers, the other's finger ended up in my (how should i call it? back? ). I just want to be sure that everything is clear
Could you please confirm that there is no risk? (taking in consideration everything, ejac on body, touched and then fingered as i mention before im the back with semen on the others finger)
Really waiting for a final confirmation
Last answer. This was a no risk exposure. Further anxiety-driven, repeteitive questions will be deleted without comment. EWH
Everything you said is very helpful, my question is not anxious-driven though, I didn't understand 100% your exlanation. What confuses me is this :
Mutual masturbation does not put you at risk for HIV, even if your partner's genital secretions get on you. this includes, "fingering"
My fear isn't about possibility caused on my body or fingers but if I could be threatened from the insertion In me with semen on fingers. I hope that I am not causing any problems with my question but I'd really appreciate it if you could make it more clear, as I don't have a perfect understanding till now.
Thanks a lot and I am really sorry for my repetitive question but I don't have clear in my mind.
Hi.I have read your interaction with Dr Hook and would like to reassure you that you had no risk at all whatsoever as Dr Hook told you.Take some time and read through the threads for April and May on fingerig for this year and you will see you had No Risk.Also look up my post and you will get further reassurance.Trust Dr Hook and move on.If you had had a risk he would have told you so.
Of course I trust dr but as I tried to expail I was not sure if I made the situation 100% clear and if I got the answer on what concerned me. It's not an issue about dr. Who I really thank and respect