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Encounter with a prostitute

Hello everybody. I am a 35 year old heterosexual male. I had my first encounter with a prostitute this week and I am a little scared. This happened in South America. I had protected oral sex (received with condom on) and vaginal sex (again with condom). I did not perform oral sex on her, nor did I kiss her in the mouth. The contacts with bodily fluid were her saliva in my hand and I also fingered her. She seemed like a pro and did not show concern. She brought the latex condom and put it on myself. We spoke afterwards and seemed to be a very rational, down-to-earth hooker.

I want to point out that I was high on coke as well, but I remember everything perfectly. The condom did not break. In fact she took out herself and checked it. I feel a little freaked out, since this was the first time with a hooker and coke. Some of my friends have slept with prostitutes in the past and tell me that I'm safe, that I did everything correctly and should not worry.

I did not do any HIV tests yet since it's only been a couple of days. I'm just feeling alone in this concern and wanted to reach out. Thanks in advance.
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You never had an HIV risk therefore no testing is required.
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Saliva is not infectious. You never had an exposure.
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Thanks Teak and RainLover71! Those were speedy answers and a relief! From the bottom of my heart, Thanks!
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