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Am I infected with HIV or Other STDs? Really Scared

Hello Sir,

Thank you in advance for answering my post.

I am 27 years old male. I am really scared after my protected intercourse with Amsterdam prostitute a week ago. It was both oral(Blow Job - Protected) and Vaginal sex(Protected) but I am really not aware of what type of condom being used as she only puts the condom on my penny.

She gave me oral sex about 1 minute and later we had vaginal sex too. Before the vaginal sex, she applied some thing like lubricant but really not sure what it was and I have ejaculated early and still continued to penetrate for more than 1 minute. Suddenly she asked me to stop and remove condom. I just hold the tip of the condom and pulled out and washed my penny too.

I assume the condom did not leak or spill or break(Not 100% sure on spilled/leaked when my penny inside of her).

2 days after the intercourse, I feel little feverish and mild throat pain. I consulted doctor too but the temperature and everything was normal.

1. What is the risk of getting infected by HIV or other STDs here?
2. Do I need to get tested for HIV? If so when can I tested?
3. Are the above symptoms for just because I am worried too much?

I am really scared of this incident and I took a stupid decision of my life that day. Please help me by answering to my post. Thank you.
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20801659 tn?1520443393
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If you used condom in your intercourse there is nothing to worry about regarding HIV, which is spread through:
-Unprotected vaginal/anal penetrations.
-Sharing needles to inject drugs.
-Mother to child.

You didn't do any of theses, so you were never exposed to HIV.

All the best.
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