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Condom slipped off during withdrawal

I had protected sex with a sex worker and after ejeculation, I did not withdraw my penis immediatley from her vagina. After 30 seconds or so I pulled out slowy but the condom got stuck in the vagina. And my penis touched the vagina when withdrawn. That night I hardly sleep, and my troubled mind persists to this day. Am I at risk of getting HIV?  
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

As long as the head of your penis was covered during intercourse, you did not have a risk for HIV.  Since the condom got stuck in the woman's vagina, it seems like it pulled off during withdrawal, which does not pose any risk for HIV.
Thank you for your assurance that eases the doubts in my head. However, I am scared that when my penis was no longer erecting and stays in the vagina quite longer, there might be vaginal fluid getting through the lose condom.  
It doesn't matter.  If your penis head was not bare and exposed during intercourse - which it clearly was not - you were never at risk for HIV.  Vaginal fluid doesn't "creep" up a loose condom and infect people with HIV.  That's not how it works.
Thank you very much again for your comforting words. I think there is no need for me to go for HIV test.
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