I recently (4 days ago) had an encounter with a TS sex worker. Mutual protected oral sex was followed by protected penetrative anal sex by me on the escort.Lubricant was used. Following this the escort masturbated me while using the condom I had been wearing to finger my anus.I am concerned that anal secretions on the used condom may have infected me. I do suffer from Hemorrhoids but did not notice any bleeding although it was certainly uncomfortable.
I realize similar questions have been posted but they relate to vaginal fluids.
Please advise my likely risk status. I cannot sleep.
Thank you very much for your post.
This sexual encounter, as described, would not pose any real risk of HIV infection to you. Therefore there is no need for you to worry. The only sexual practice that would involve a significant risk of HIV infection would be unprotected penetration, which did not happen.
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