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Question about mutual masturbation, vaginal fluid in eye

Hi all,

Just went to see a csw. Something that's bothering me is that she was masturbating herself after being done she swung her hand past me and I got a drop of vaginal fluid in my eye. Can someone please evaluate my risk. I would highly appreciate.
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You have had different posts over time here all asking about non risk events.  It has been stated that the only ways people get HIV is from unprotected vaginal or anal sex (penis inside either of those, penetrating without condom) OR sharing IV drug needles.  That's it.  All other scenarios are not realistic to acquiring the virus including semen in the eye.  Nothing else you come up with is going to be a risk other than the three given (vaginal sex unprotected, anal sex unprotected, sharing IV drug needles).  I think it might be a good idea to speak to a doctor about lingering anxiety you seem to have in order to stop worrying about this.  
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