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I'm from Brazil. I'm male. One day I had an encounter with a female. I didn't have an erection initially for I've drunk beer before. My soft penis touched the external part of her vagina. I've tried to put the condom but I couldn't. It was soft. After some trys, my penis touched again the external part of her vagina. There were not any penetration. My penis became a little hard and I could put the condom to penetrate her but all of a sudden I ejaculated inside the condom. I took off the condom immediatelly and afterwards there were not touchs between my penis and her vagina.There werre not blood in the vagina.
Very worried I took a 3rd generation afte 27 days of this happened. Negative. Do you think that I was very at risk with this behaviour?
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