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Had protected sex with someone I just met.we kissed alot also.On pulling out my condom remained in her vagina.the condom was visible at her vaginas entrance.So i just pulled it out.she was very wet.there is a possibility my penis touched her wetness.
I noticed her knuckles had a slight discolouration(brown/slight red).It has been 6 weeks since and I feel normal except I have a slight rash(brown/red) on my index and middle finger knuckles on both hands.My only worry is she had it too.Is this a coincidence or is it a symptom of hiv or an std or is it knuckle burn from excessive sex with my wife over the past 6 weeks?
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