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Last night I met with a guy I used to work with years ago, he has always been interested in having sex with a guy (we are both guys) so I douched in the shower and noticed small traces of blood from my anus when I wiped with toilet roll. I met with the guy and we both participated in unprotected oral sex and then he inserted his penis inside my anus for literally 15 seconds then I made him stop. He masturbated and came (nowhere near me) He claimed
To be clean. What's the risk here?
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I must add this is my first receptive encounter with a man in my whole life ( 23)
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You can obtain your conclusive negative test result 3 months post exposure.
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So do you think this was high risk? The penetration was literally seconds and didn't fully ejaculate
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Yes, the unprotected anal sex, plus on top of that you might have damaged your anus by douching hence the blood.
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But you still feel that in this scenario I will be fine? He didn't ejaculate inside me it was only seconds he entered my anus
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He didn't say that.  There's no way anyone could tell you with certainty that you'll be fine.  Even though it was brief, unprotected anal sex is a high risk activity.

You need to be tested as Teak already advised.  You MUST insist on condoms for every epsiode of anal sex.
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