Welcome to our Forum. Your question is a bit hard to follow. If I miss a part of it, please follow up for clarification. As I understand it, you received condom protected oral sex form a commercial sex worker without protection, then took the condom of and masturbated yourself. You had a sore throat afterwards.
There has never been a case of HIV proven to have been transmitted by receipt of oral sex, even unprotected oral sex and HIV is not transmitted by transfer of genital secretions during masturbation. The activities you describe are no risk for HIV and should not worry you. There is no need for concern and no need for testing related to this exposure.
This event is as follows:
1 - sucking the penis by a prostitute without a condom.
2 - vaginal penetration is protected (condom) is not full penetration for five minutes.
3 - I took off the condom and masturbate myself.
In the eighth week of this exposure got a sore throat and cold.
Is there a risk?
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