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HOW RISK IS IT?

I am just nervous in knowing how risk I am from getting HIV from what I wanted to narrate below. i just met this lady and during intercourse, she started menstruating and before I found out, there are blood all over the condom. however, from looking at the condom, it still appears to remain intact but am still worried because maybe some blood goes in to the condom from the top and because this lady who is now 25 told me that when she was 6 years old, her father died of Aids at the age of 28 from injecting drugs.  She also said that she went for a check up after she realized that her father has Aids, even though she is not using drugs. The results according to her came back clear. Nevertheless, am worried maybe she does has Aids as she probably wont tell me if she has it. So what are my risks of getting HIV from that situation? AM so nervous?
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thanks
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NO RISK
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Protected sex is not a risk.
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