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What is my risk?

Hi everyone,

I am 26 years old and male. Me and my wife are waiting for a baby know, maybe there left less than 3 weeks for birth. I tested for STD before getting married (it's obligation in my country) and I was negative.

During the pregnancy period, I did not have sex with my wife cause I don't want to hurt my son.
Last week, I could not hold myself, I gave up and I had protected sex with CSW. It was just one time, protected oral and protected vaginal sex. I know CSW before married, she always use condom even for oral sex and she always put the condom before I ask.
Should I worry about it? Cause after birth I want to have unprotected sex with my wife.

I am sorry for my English and thank you very much for your answers.

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You can't get hiv from oral and can't get hiv when you use a condom. The csw knows that which is why she made you use a condom so she is likely negative, otherwise why would she pay for condoms when she only cares about herself.
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I am very grateful for your answer.
I read your other answers and I asked myself that did I do anything dangerous? Now I am relaxed.
I will stop worrying about HIV and will go.
Thanks again.
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