I am very concerned about what happened about 6 weeks ago. I had sex with the wife of a guy in an orgy. He handed me a condom from a bowl of condoms which were soaked in a liquid, which felt like a lubricant. In the moment of excitement, I took the condom, which was still folded and pulled it on my penis, before having sex with his wife. A few days after that, I started getting these ideas about what if the guy had HIV and had contaminated the liquid in which the condom was immersed. I didn't know neither him nor his wife personally. I haven't had any symptoms though since. I booked an appointment for an HIV test, which will happen 2 weeks from now. The couple of weeks are going to be very painful.
Could you tell me what are the chances on contracting the disease if the condom was contaminated?
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