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What is the risk of getting hiv after this exposure?

I am a 28 year old male, had protected sex with a girl with unknown status, after that we had oral with same condom that I had in her vagina, then removed condom and continued receiving oral, she also touched her vagina then my penis afterwards with no condom, what I fear most is that I don't know this girl much, and she suggested we have sex without condom, please help! What are my risks?
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If your sexual intercourse was protected (vaginal sex) there was no risk of HIV unless condom broke. Receiving oral sex is not a risk.

The only ways HIV is spread are:
-Unprotected vaginal/anal penetrations.
-Sharing needles to inject drugs.
-Mother to child.

All the best.
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The thing is I received oral after she put the condom with her fluids in her mouth, so that would mean she made oral to me with her vaginal fluids in her mouth
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The thing is I received oral after she put the condom with her fluids in her mouth, so that would mean she made oral to me with her vaginal fluids in her mouth
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Once fluids are out of the body, the loose their capacity of infecting. So, even if there was vaginal fluid on her mouth, you would have never been at risk, as infection always takes place inside the body. Saliva neutralizes the virus as well.
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