Worried man...For some stupid reason I went in pub and got drunk couple of weeks back. Few hrs later, I had sex with local dancer. She refused to continue with condom. She tried giving protected oral sex. As I was quite low down there, after few failed attempt, she changed condom. I failed penetration on couple of attempt but finally did vaginal penetration for few minutes. I noted that I was feeling stretch in condom. I came in her. The condom was still attached to my penis (my fluid in sac hanging at end of condom) and did not seem to leak. The condom was covering 3/4 of my manhood.
Had a long hot bath together afterwards.
Next day, when I fully came to sense next to gravity of my mistake. Couple of things have freaked me out:
1. I realize she might have had a sore near mouth but it was not leaking.
2. I am not sure if condom was broken because I did not check carefully (filling water). Maybe it was broken in bottom but on a side!
I called up a hotline. She said my chances of infection are quite low but she can not say I am 100% safe.
What are chances of my contracting an HIV/STD in this way episode?
I have decided I will never carry more money than for few rounds of beer.
Hi and welcome. I agree with the hotline. Since the whole episode is foggy and you not sure what happened may be best to go to a doc and tell him about your concerns. Symptoms of STD occur about 5 days after contact. Herpes can be spread by an open mouth sore as is a topical bacteria. How long has it been since the sex and are you having any discomfort? i think your ok from what you describe happened.
It was 9 days back I had the encounter. Till now, I do not see any specific issue on me except my worries.
I know for sure the condom sac was hanging and not dripping. My biggest concern is what if the sac was actually broken with a tiny cut on edge but not big enough to leak.... Has this kind of thing been reported with condoms?
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