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1. I had foreplay with call girl, accidentally my penis touched her underwear. not sure whether she had HIV. But I did not penetrate. she did hand job and took out the sperm.
2. She kissed on my lips for about 3 sec and due to winter my lips got little cuts.
3. I licked her nipples for about 5 seconds (not sucked).
4. She used a towel to wipe out the sperm from my legs (not penis). I'm sure that the towel was in used state. Looks like someone else had wiped their semen/blood.
5. I have a habit of cleaning my tongue with tongue cleaner everyday morning. It might create a minor cuts on my tongue (not sure). While licking nipples with this condition contract HIV?
5. I finally used a soap and washed the sperm traces from my legs and penis.I touched the place in my leg where I wiped with towel and immediately I touched my penis and washed it.
5 days later I had minor aches in my heels/knee joint/calf muscle/forearm/ it because of HIV.please advice.I'm very much worried.pls help.

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replied December 30th, 2011
HIV and AIDS Answer A29887
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

From the description provided, there is no risk of HIV infection.

All your symptoms are due to your anxiety and feeling of guilt.

Since there was no actual sexual intercourse, there is no risk of infection.

You might consult with a doctor, who can counsel and clear all your doubts and fears about HIV, so that you can get out of your anxiety of HIV.

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