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Handjob with condom hiv and std risk

Hi all, i am ray sorry as english is no my mother language. My expose was handjob with condom by csw. She was perfoming handjob for me less than 2 minute. I was check her hand no sore and wound and bleeding. All the time we was having conversation.she was take out her clothes, pants and bra but nvr take out her underwear. Then i was ask her wearing back her clothes and pants. My hand only touch her clothes and pants and breast and nipple. The only thing concern is am i at risk duri g the whole expose? I was ask her stop handjob for me then i continue myself with condom until ejaculate into condom. I was take out cobdom myself and she just pass me the condom and hold my condom (infront part of condom) only. So am i at risk?
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1508374 tn?1380808510
Hello,
There is no risk of hiv transmission for this incident.
HIV can be transmitted via unprotected vaginal or/and anal penetration, sharing IV works in drugs and from mother to child
Take care
20620809 tn?1504362969
I agree that a condom protected hand job is not a risk for HIV.  If you didn't have unprotected vaginal or anal sex or share IV drug needles, then you didn't get HIV.  
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Hi juneray here. Yes i dont hv any penetration sex with her.
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Then you are all good and HIV is not a factor!  
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