First of all, thank you for a great forum. I recently a met transexual gay, and had sex with him, so not me. Oral sex both ways with a condom (both me and him). We then had sex with condom, and he came inside me- still wearing a condom. So far so good (I think). He then decided to give me oral sex (me wearing a condom), and whilst doing that he inserted a finger in my anal. Am I at risk due to his finger in my anal from possible precum or semen from when he removed his condom? - I worry about STD's syphilis, gonorrea, chlamyadia...(no so much HIV)....
Right after I gave myself medicine - 1 g og Azitromax. I am normally heterosexsual, and now full with anxiety....
OK - I am a bit confused, since I am not a native speaker, sorry about that - but can you clearify:. what was the "very low risk" activity here? I thought the only potensial risk here was the anal fingering...? All the other Activities was protected by condom... Yet you write "anal fingering...not a risk..."
How about that - from skin to skin! - Life is Dangerous. I didn't see any rash of any kind. nor a wound or anaything that caught my eye on this person. It has been three weeks now, and I have no sympthoms. That is a good thing right, or?
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