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Fingering and Pre-***

Hello guys.  I am a gay male and recently, I had a sexual encounter with an older man.  We engaged in mutual masturbation and lots of kissing.  The thing is that he was still able to reach orgasm, but without any semen actually coming out of his penis due to the prostate surgery he had.  However, there were still some precum coming out of his penis.

And when he was giving me oral sex, he was touching his penis and fingering me with the same hand.  I worry that his precum might have gotten into my anus, thus making a "unprotected receptive anal sex situation"?  Is this a risk for HIV?  I am a bit lost in this.

Other than that, I didn't let him penetrate me anally, nor provided him oral sex or shared any needles/syringes with him.

And finally, thanks for reading my question.
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Still no risk
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No risk.
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No risk even if I might had a minor cut or rapture as a result of the friction generated by his fingernail?  Just wondering.
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No risk even if I might had a minor cut or rapture as a result of the friction generated by his fingernail?  Just wondering.  (Sorry, I accidentally clicked "post a comment" instead of reply.
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Alrighty, thanks guys!  Appreciate it!
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