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Protective and unprotective vaginal sex


I had a sex encounter with a female prostitute of unknown status where we had a single protective vaginal sex and one unprotected vaginal sex (she said that she was on birth control). The unprotected vaginal sex was quick most probably for 10-15 seconds max. We also kissed for abit and I fingered/licked her vagina. My mind is going crazy about the huge mistake of the unprotected vaginal sex to whether I am infected mainly with HIV besides other STDs? Would the above exposure time be enough to have HIV?

Many Thanks.
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ANY time you have unprotected intercourse with a person whose HIV status is not known to you, you have a risk for HIV.  If a prostitute allowed you to have unprotected sex with her, that is a high-risk exposure because it means she probably allows other men to have unprotected sex with her.

Test for STDs and HIV at the appropriate time.
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Just test at 4 weeks with a duo. You've posted before, so you know the risks but decided to not use the condom this time so I hope you can relax until you test.
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This isn't very helpful
If more help could be offered to a person who had a risk, there would be no need to test.

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