Can You Catch Herpes From Being Fingered

The area can be very painful, itchy, and tender. She has shed her dreams of having a family because she feels no man would ever want her. Toxins, certain drugs, some diseases, heavy alcohol use, and bacterial and viral infections can all cause hepatitis. I did not think anything again as I had consulted two doctors who felt that I was fine. 1. Continued vaccinations, however, are important in preventing its re-emergence. I’ve been in 3 serious relationships, all lasting over a year.

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Reply Anonymous October 7, 2012, which could split the IGC. Of course in the event that there’s much, much more to it like a bunch of open pimples draining pus, antibacterial cream is definitely then necessary to prevent disease. No risk- The quoted figure for HIV risk, if one has oral sex with an infected partner is less than 1 in 10,000 and, in my estimation that is too high. It is the Herpes which causes the incidents, definitely. I know this sounds like herpes, I just don’t know what to do :(. After we had sex, I took the condom off and fingered her in the water. I recommend that you guys get tested if you are not both virgins.

Yes you can get it from being fingered, especially if the hands aren’t washed. Herpes is a common sexually transmitted infection (STI). it has some good info, or go to There is no cure for the disease. Your sexual partners should also get tested and treated. If you are having a threesome and he fingers the other girl (who has an STD), then puts on a condom with his unwashed hands, and bangs you while wearing it – guess what? I can tell you, that if a guy fingered you and it hurts down there now, the 99.9% chance reason is that he was inexperienced and just rougher than he should have been.

They might ask if you want a birth control method, but know that you aren’t in immediate need of one. HIV is a virus that weakens the immune system and makes it harder for the body to fight off infections. It’s absurd. Nor is there any meaningful risk of transferring an STD from one person to another on the surface of a person’s fingers, no matter whose hand. Not everyone heals (and therefore produces a scab) at the same rate, so nobody can give you an exact amount of time it would take for a cut to heal, or for a scab to form. But I agree with you that it really isn’t practical and I don’t think it’s all that important. Being sexually active usually involves at least another person besides yourself.

But first and foremost, I would encourage your girlfriend to see her doctor for an exam…that’s the only way to know what’s causing the bump for sure. If you can still smell the fragrance of the soap on his hands, it’s still there. How can you hate gloves? I have to rub her breast & vagina lip, the vagina lip is not wet but I can fill a little moist. The drop of blood may have been from a tiny scratch or scrape. Assuming this is your only potential risk for HIV, you definitely do not need testing. If he thinks you are at the risk of HIV, then he would surely get you tested for HIV.

I rejected a message just after yours for the same reason, and am replying here so that everyone can see the reminder. I got yeast infections twice after being fingered, and have been thinking that more serious diseases could be spread through cuts to the hand. It sounds like during intercourse, you may have been too rough and it’s causing you to hurt. Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is caused by the overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria. Hi All, I am gay and recently had mutual masturbation, frottage and being fingered with another guy in sauna. Question Regarding this: I encountered a similar situation with my wife and was wondering what the chances were of passing the virus (Herpes).

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