I had a sex with the prostitute day before yesterday. We kissed and then had an intercourse. My intercourse was with condom. But before going to her like 3 hours before, I shaved my genitals and i scratch my penis. There was some blood as well. However, I cleaned it up and then took a shower. When I visited the prostitute, we started kissing and she put her hands on my penis and started rubbing it. After that, I just ejaculated outside. The she put a condom on my penis and sucked it and we had intercourse. I did not come again. As far as I can tell, other than her hand, no part of her body touched my penis without condom. I think condom also did not fail. How much risk I am in for HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases? Is it a good idea for me to get checked? Please let me know..
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