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You had protected sex. You were never at risk.You need to learn how to withdraw without the condom sliding down. Make sure you hold on to the condom when withdrawing. If the condom would have failed, there is no doubt that you would know it. It's not a subtle event.
I had a one-off affair with a escort girl in Bangalore 4 weeks ago. It involved deep kissing and fingering her vagina for a short while, oral sex with a condom and vaginal sex with a different condom. The condom had slipped off half way from the base of my penis when I pulled off in the end (concern one). I am uncircumcized (concern two).
To my knowledge I did not discover any cut in my body (or in her body) or mouth that evening, but sometimes there can be unknown cuts inside the mouth (concern three).
Reading several posts and in fact confirming with you guys I got myself assured that it wasn't a risk. However, for last three days I developed light fever (it could certainly be due to a sudden weather change and continuous rain for few days) and overall weakness (concern four).
This was the only instance of sex without a committed relation in my life, so I am not what the doctor calls "sexually active".
Can this be a so called symptom of HIV? I am feeling like asking you (and the doctor, but the forum is always full) guys all sort of statistical questions. In the first place, the girl might not be infected at all, but I would rather assume that she was HIV infected and calculate my chance from that. What is my chance? 1/x, for x =?
Have you heard of anybody getting infected from a similar encounter?
Another question is, how would you know if a condom broke? Can there be just a leak and still be usable, without my knowing? I am married, used a lot of condoms, but never found one breaking apart. Or did I not even know? (concern five)
I am very afraid to have unprotected sex with my wife, and I because I cannot tell her the reason, it is getting even more difficult. Anyway, that's more of a personal issue, but it depends on the previous concerns. Guys, please some opinions.
Chances of getting infected from one unprotected vaginal encounter is 1/2000. Your risk is close to zero. you don't have HIV from this incident. fever could be a coincidence and of course any fever can put you off for a while. rest easy.
You should refrain from posting what you do not know. The originl poster had protected sex, not unprotected. His risk is not "Close to zero" it IS zero.
If you want to sound like you are an expert while hugging your friend teaks nuts, at least learn to read. Besides, if you were REALLY a teak worshipper, you would not cite odds.....we all know he does not believe in them. So chose a side and stick with it for God's sake.....lol
Let me guess. now u probably want to go through every message i write and make some silly and stupid comment and try to prove you are better.LOL. I feel for you sister....first the bathhouse guys don't let you in and everyone around you ignores you all the time. no wonder you are desparate for attention.
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