I had an encounter today with a sex worker. I did enquire if she had any std's but she said that test were done before and were negative. we engaged in bare body massage with oil and there was genital contact, after which we proceeded to have protected sex. after I finished once, we showered and did it a second time but this time with the two condoms.
what are the chances of me getting HIV/std's and when would I know if I should do any test? your reply would really put my mind at ease as I'm really worried and guilty about having done what I did.
Okay your replies have helped to alleviate my fears to some extent. Regarding my second question, when should I start testing for STD's if I want to play on the safe side? Sorry for asking so many questions. I just need to know if/when I should start worrying about std's.
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