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From what you have said = friction of bodies, masturbation and sucking your testicles, I am certain that you have not exposed yourself to HIV and I do not believe you will have exposed yourself to other STD's either.
I think you are fine. I do not think you should worry.
I read in this forum, people who are protected with a condom, anal, and oral without receiving cum in her mouth and have been HIV positive. I have a lot of fear at the thought that I can be tmb of those "rare cases" tell me if I have to take the test. My partner refuses JOINING concerned only test says "I'm sure I have nothing" I have a lot of fear
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