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Terrified of HIV

Just looking for some advice here
I was tested for HIV last week on Thursday and was negative, so I know where I stand before this incident indefinitely

Last night (Sunday) I had protected vaginal sex and unprotected (receiving) oral sex with a man I had met online after we had been talking for a while and went for dinner
After the first episode of protected vaginal sex, he went for round two, initially with a condom, but after 1 or so minutes I noticed he had taken it off
I stopped intercourse immediately and asked him when he was last tested
He said he had ben tested "for everything" 5 months ago through "blood and ****" and "got all negative results after a week"
Other than what he told me I obviously don't know much about him or his risk factors

I am scared to death that I may have contracted HIV (or another STD) but am mostly concerned about the HIV risk here from the unprotected oral and the minute or so of penile insertion

Should I go to my clinic and request PEP? Was this a high risk exposure for HIV?

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1508374 tn?1380808510
Unprotected sex (even a brief one) poses a risk of HIV transmission.
An HIV test at the right time will give you accurate results.
A 4th generation test should be done at 4 weeks post exposure and a simple HIV test at three months post exposure.
Keep calm and test at the right time.
Take care
should I try to get PEP? or just wait to test?
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Does anyone have a more helpful/informative answer?
I will test, but should I seek out PEP? Will my results more likely than not be positive when i do test?
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