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I know this is a very common case, and I know that I don't really need to be worried.. BUt for the peace of mind I'm asking this question.
First let me describe you the situation:
3 days ago. In Hungary - Budapest.. I had some drinks but I was not drunk. I decided to get a street lady to my hotel room.
I am very careful of STD's and have read alot about them, so I first of all asked her to show me a condom. I got a sealed condom which I opened myself. She put it on my penis.
We got no vaginal sex and also no anal sex. No kisses, she gave me a massage, oral sex and hand job. Sure all with Condom.
After that, I had licked her breast. May be even sucked the breast (dont remember that good).
Now my question is, am I in risk for any STD and the most important is, am I in risk for Hepatitis or HIV?
I saw no blood, also saw no mother milk, but I am not very sure she had no milk on her nippels when I licked her...or maybe sperm from previous meeting. I did not taste anything, but because I had some drinks, I am still thinking that may be this has happened.. And get very worried.
The reason I am very concerned, is that I had ulcers in my mouth which I get from time to time. Mother milk and ulcers can transmit?
Do I have to be worried and wait with stress on a HIV test?
Once again, I dont think so myself but just needed things to be confirmed.
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