First of all thanks for the great job you people are doing. My incidents are with escorts ( a couple of them). I received only oral sex with condoms all the time and checked every time after the session whether condom was okay and it was okay all the times. Two times I had protected vaginal sex with an escort and there also condoms were on place and no breakage. Since I had all these sessions with escorts, I am bit worried now.
Now I am in a relationship with a girl and I am bit tensed thinking that I could have HIV from one of the escorts. I regret for what I have done.
My questions are:
1. Do I need to test for HIV?
2. During these sessions I always sucked the breasts, will that pose some risk? ( I didn't taste any milk or fluid but you newer know)
3. How do you assess my situation to get infected with HIV?
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