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HIV risk, protected receptive anal sex, bleeding after

Hi,

I am a gay bottom.

I met a random male at a gay sauna, was a bit drunk. Had protective anal sex I was receptive however I noticed bleeding after am I at risk of HIV. I did not see the condom and do not know if it was ripped or not.

I also had sex with another person after that was protected again however worried about the bleeding.

Am I at risk of shall I go and get pep/pepse.

I did take prep 1 tablet a day for the 7 days before so would that protect me?

Please help so worried
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Have you posted here before? I seem to recall you. You have read, I'm sure, what the risks for HIV are. They include unprotected vaginal or anal sex or sharing IV drug needles. You had protected anal. Condom prevented hiv, blood or not. No risk
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Hi, no it is my first time here.

So as described above I am not at risk. I have now woke up with a sore throat as well
"So as described above, I am not at risk." Correct. No risk

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