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I am a female and had sex with someone. He had a condom on. When he was done he was still on top of me.. he then remove himself but the condom was out and partially inserted in me.. After a few minutes i reliazed that he pull out but his condom was stuck in me.
Am I at risk of HIV from him. as there might be some fluids of his gone inside me from the side of the condom as he pulled out.. I am very concerned.
Thank you for your reply.. But his fluids were all over my thigh and on my private parts.. may be some has gone inside from the side of the condom as it was there stuck for a few minutes before i realized it. I am very concerned about that
So no need for a test, correct? as i did not understand your statement. You said i never had an exposure and also said if i had then 3 months is conclusive test. Please clarify if I had an exposure or not. Thank you teak.
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