I am new to this forum and currently very very scared. I am a healthy guy, recently went to Thailand for bachelor party of my friend. I had sex with 2 girls there. I was very very cautious to use condom but following happened:
1. Condom broke : I was having normal vaginal sex with a girl and condom broke up. I felt it immediately and removed my penis immediately.
2. Unprotected Anal sex: The girl seduced me a lot and I inserted without any protection. However after few stroke, I realized what I was doing and I removed it. Thereafter I did with condom.
With high HIV/AIDS rates in Thailand, I am really really scared about the risk of any STD specially HIV/AIDS.
On the condom failure you were protected until the time it failed and the risk was low with the unprotected anal it was a higher risk but more so to the receiver. HIV is not a game of chance, horse races are. Use condoms.
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