Smegma is not a bodily fluid known to transmit HIV.
Rather than being one single entity, the Red Cross is a collection of national organisations that cooperate on an international level. Different Red Cross organisations have different involvement with HIV & AIDS; but generally speaking, the Red Cross tries to take a lead educating people on how to stop the transmission of HIV, encouraging people to respond in informed ways to people who have HIV, and help people to apply the facts about HIV to their own behaviour.
HIV is Blood and Semen borne. It dies once out of the body within minutes so no there is no need for testing. I have a friend who is HIV positive. I hug and kiss him (pecks on the lips), have slept in the same bed many times, done his laundry with my own and used his dirty towel, we drink from each other's glasses and take bites from each other's food. I've known him 7 years and I haven't contracted the disease.
You should discus this with you Doctor. They do not automatically test blood for H I V or AIDS unless told to
Another contributor may have a better suggestion, but in the meantime I would suggest contacting: PROBIDSIDA - Fundación Pro Bienestar y Dignidad de las Personas Afectadas por el VIH/SIDA
Calle 31, La Exposición, Bella Vista
Panamá web: http://www.probidsida.org email: email@example.com telephone: +507 225 9119 PROBIDSIDA provide HIV training and information on to the general public, give access to treatments and human rights, legal help and HIV testing with pre-test counselling in Panama and may be able to suggest a local support group.