Good afternoon. Recently I had protected vaginal and oral sex (receiver) with a CSW. I am sure that condom was intact and was used properly. Based on different posts that I read and also answers to an earlier question from my side, I can exclude a risk for hiv or other STD. However there is a rumor that a condom is not 100% safe to and exposure of hepatitis B and C. Would you be so kind to reply to my question if a condom is not totally safe concerning hepatitis? Tongue kissing can that also be a cause for infection due to hepatitis? I really appreciate your comment. Please!
Dear Stef. Probably I did not completely understood your answer. My remaining question is, does a condom protect for retrieving hepatitis B and what kind of risk do I have, taking into account that I used a good quality condom. Would you be so kind to answer ghis question?
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