I'm from Canada.The last time i had sex was a month and a half ago. with my ex girlfriend and i used protection. but she was on the top n i kinda did it really like hard and once i finished i took off the condom n i didnt see it ripped but there was no sperm on it. maybe cuz she was on the top so i dono maybe it went down. But i started gettin scared cuz i always see sperm on the tip of the condom but this time no. and my throat is not sore but the lymph nodes r a little swollen. i dont know her hiv status. I got tested 6 weeks after her, the HIV serology it said on my paper. and i tested negative. do you think i m ok? i used protection and i thought to myself. if there was a whole in the condom. it would of broke. it wouldnt have been like that? m i right? please get back at me and let me know if this is conclusive. thanks.
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