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HIV scare. please help

I am a male. On 24th December 2013, I had sex with a prostitute, it was a protected vaginal sex as I used the condom. I also had lip-to-lip kisses, where I felt her saliva, I didn't had any cut or wound or sore on my lips and I did not saw any cuts or blood on her lips also. It was not a deep kiss with saliva exchange, but I felt her saliva. The lady was licking my nipples and was biting it. It was paining after sex but I closely checked my nipples and surrounding dark region for any skin breakage or minor cuts, and I did not found any cuts or skin breakage, I also did not felt any burning sensation when I took bath after an hour as when we put the water the fresh cuts or break will have a burning sensation.

While having the sex in between I saw the condom slipped to half but the tip of my penis was covered always as the condom did not come out fully.

I saw over the internet that HIV can pass through the Urethra, I am worried as the condom had slipped half and my urethra was exposed but the tip was not exposed. Also, I observed that I did not had any broken skin on my urethra, or I had any cuts in and around my penis.

After this I put an new condom and I had a handjob from her and I ejaculated inside the condom. Is there any chance that the HIV Virus was there on first condom and mixed with my semen in second condom.

Now after 5 weeks, I got swollen lymph nodes. A painful red/brown bump with red surrounding area. please answer this query and let me know the hiv risk from the above incident. Thanks in advance. please help
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Hi Teak,

Thank you for your response. But I am really scared and do not know what I need to do, I went to the doctor he told the test has to be taken after 6 weeks, but the HIV scare is killing me every moment. Once again thank you for your response.
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