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I had unprotected sex with married neighbour on 2 sep 2010. She had last sex with her husband on 21 July after which he left for a business tour.... He was back on 3 sep had unprotected sex with her... after wards he told her that he had protected sex at ***** house on 12 agust on tour and June 30, 2010. He went for HIV test on 6 sep.which was negative...
Is me or my neibour at risk for 2 sep deed. I can assure you that we both are negative before 2 sep.
Vance2335. Thanks. The point is that for sure he didn't had sex with her from 21st july to 3 sep. And she too didn't had with anybody from 21st July 2010 till 2sep(with me). Her husband tested negative on 6 sep. am I safe?
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