Very paranoid and scared...can someone help ease my mind please>>>
Hi, I had a sex with a guy I had just met last Friday, its about a week ago. I was the top and used a condom. However, in the beginning I inserted by penis into him bare (I guess this is called dipping). It was brief, just a couple of strokes. It wasnt more than a minute..it happened very fast. The guy asked me if I was clean before doing it, I said yes. I also gave him oral sex for like a less than a minute. There was no fluid exchange from either of us,,,I am just worried about the fast dipping part...am I at a very high risk? It comforts me that he asked my status before anything and that later he re-assured me he was clean. he even gave me his number to stay in touch..but i dont know anything about him... Im going insane can someone help?
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