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Good evening.. I am a twenty something gay male and I just got back from vacation in S Florida. I met another last night from New York and we really hit it off. We talked a while and drank a lot...then went to the beach and to his hotel room to hook up. We were both sniffing poppers and giving each other oral sex. When I was giving him oral sex he didn't seem to be precuming at all. He was uncut. Then I got out a condom and he started to top me. It was hard because we didnt have proper lube (just saliva) and he was having trouble staying hard. I reached back and the condom was gone and I instantly freaked out. He wasn't completely hard and he said it was just for a second. I asked him when he last got tested he said 2 months ago. I never have unprotected sex ever and I also just got tested 2 weeks ago. We continued having sex with another condom but he never was able to stay hard and didn't ever ejaculate. We texted some more the next day and he seems like a nice guy, but I am really feeling guilty and worried.
My question is how considerable is the risk, and do you think I should go so far as to try getting PEP? Thank you very much
you can do a duo test at 4 weeks or an antibody test at 6 weeks...either of them will give you an excellent indication of your status and very unlikely to change at the 3 month mark when you get your conclusive result.
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