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in germany i visited an eroscenter, girl told me that she is from Africa.
- i sucked her nipples, any risk?
- i rubbed her vagina and after (maybe) played with my penis. (i dont remember if touched the pee hole) any risk?
- while on her, she put my penis btw her legs and tighten a short time. My penis may touched her vagina, any risk?
- and she masturbated me and gave me we baby wipes to clean. Any risk?
- Should i take a test? any risk of HIV-2 because of African girl?
Thank you for your aswer.
ok, then one more issue;
i am in 11th week today and i have swollen lymph nodes under my chin (both side) for 2 weeks. i feel them when i touch them but not visible from outside. there is little pain.
HIV-2 probability makes me worried.
3rd and 4th gen test look HIV-2?
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