Hi, I am a student, last week I use a ansell condom to have sex with my girlfriend,before use, I check the pack for condom, all thing is OK, but while I take the condom form bag, I found some liquid in it, I just thought which is lubricant, so I use it, but after complete, I found there are some same between my semen and liquid, however, there is impossible for that liquid came form some HIV patient, but I still worry about if that liquid is someone semen or liquid, can I get the HIV like this way, by the way, because the condom is airproof during the pack, can the HIV alive during this environmental with lubricant and latex. Maybe somebody think this question is stupid, but at the moment, as for me ,I really need to know the konwledge about HIV, because I never touch this area. Thanks for your help and answer!
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