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Intense finger insertion into vagina

Hello experts, this is the case. I cut my nails the day before yesterday, and there was no abnormal feeling at that time. At night, my fingers were violently inserted into the other party's vagina for about 10 minutes. After washing my hands, I found that the middle finger nail was very red in the seam of the nail, and it was still under the nail cover. There are two bleeding points, the pain is pressing, but there is no obvious bleeding. I want to ask me if there is a risk. If my wound refers to the risk of infection during the delivery. She was very wet underneath.
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The only risks for HIV transmission in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles.

There is no other event that you can think of, including the one you described, that would put you at risk for HIV.
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Thank you for your answer. If my finger wound is formed in the vagina, is it possible to be infected if I touch a large amount of vaginal discharge?
You are just asking the same question again, and I already provided you with the ONLY two ways that HIV infection can happen.  Note that "touching vaginal discharge" is not one of those ways.
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