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Hi basically I went to a gay sauna on the 12th may this year. I had sex with a guy who is versatile and I was the bottom. I used a condom. When I couldn't take no more I told him to pull out don't no if he had cum or not but when I seen his penis only the tip / head of penis was covered with the condom assuming he is positive is this a high risk!
That's what the gum clinic said well they said its a very low risk and to get checked after 3 months as window period. But I'm too scared. I'll take your word but last follow up question and I promise last please. Why is there no risk as literally only the helmet was covered if he was ******* me like that, or did that happen when he pulled out. Either way couldn't cum or precum leak into my anus causing a risk?
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