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Female - what is my risk of getting any STD?

Good day everyone,
And thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.

Just some questions regarding encounters I had some time ago.

I met a man (his STD status was unknown) some time ago and we had around 7-8 protected (with a condom) vaginal intercourses. Unfortunately, 1 unprotected oral sex (both receiving and giving) - but here I understand the risks.

My questions is - what are the odds of me getting an STD in the following cases:

1) He touched a tip of his penis with his hand (given there was some biological liquid), and then proceeded to put on a condom with the same hand. Could some bacteria stay on this condom and then get pushed down my vagina?

2) One time we got a little bit too excited while playing and he placed his penis, basically touched the entrance of my vagina for a brief moment - 2-3 seconds. The was no friction or penetration, but still very close genitals-to-genitals contact with probable exposure to his liquids. Any chance of me getting chlamydia, Gonorrhoea etc?

Looking forward to your answers.
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That you gave and received oral sex are risks for std's. https://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/features/4-things-you-didnt-know-about-oral-sex  Normally we tell folks to wait to see if any symptoms surface. The risks are hsv 1 to genital transmission, hsv 2, syphilis, gonorrhea.
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That I understand, thanks. I’d like to have clarity on my questions if anybody could advise. Thanks again.
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Hi there,

1) No risk from this at all. This falls under the realm of mutual masturbation. Any risks from this event are so so so so small its not worth thinking about.
2) No risk from them. Unless he inserts himself, there is no risk of anything. Even if there was, the brevity of that isnt long enough to transmit.

All in all, no need to worry about this at all.
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Thank you so much everyone, I appreciate your attention to this.
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