My queries have been answered by the members of this forum. I do not mean disrespect to them but anxiety is getting better of me. I need some guidance on certain matters and hence i am writing to you. Exactly a week ago, i had an interaction with a CSW where in we had foreplay basically I was in my shorts without my undergarments. She rubbed her vaginal area over my penis under the shorts and had a release. There was no genital contact at that time. Later on after a bath we had protected vaginal intercourse with me putting condoms on. Actually before the sex she gave me a fellatio again with my condoms on. During vaginal sex, I insisted on putting double condoms which actually came off when i withdrew once. So before going in again I changed into a new condom. I can confirm there was no condom breakage. We also did dry kissing on the lips and I dry kissed her genitals once or twice. I have few queries
1. Do I need to worry ?
2. Is there a chance that during foreplay I could be at risk if her vaginal fluids go through my shorts on to my penis?
3. It has been a week. Can I do a PCR proviral DNA test? Will it be conclusive?
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