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Dear Sirs

I had protected sex with a sex worker for about 5min (I did not ejaculate). I then took condom off and she masturbated me. After some time she stuck her finger in my anus with a condom, I cant remember if it was a new condom or the old one. What is the risk of HIV if she used the condom we used for sex.

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20826163 tn?1545129147
Sexually only unprotected Vaginal or Anal sex is a risk wrt HIV.

You had protected sex and thats a  No risk.

Inserting finger with or without condom is a also a no risk.

Even if she used Condom for fingering  which was used for Vaginal sex is a No Risk as once condom is exposed to ambient HIV virus outer shell is immediatly destroyed and becomes un infectious.

Move On,  you do not have any HIV concern
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Hi  Pagal_Guy

thank you so much for your quick response. Would you mind if I ask you expertise on the subject, happy with your comments though, thanks
You do not have any HIV concern.
Move On
20620809 tn?1504362969
You had no risk for HIV.  HIV is only transmitted from unprotected vaginal or anal intercourse or sharing of IV drug needles.  Air inactivates the virus so fingering your anus or masturbating you poses zero risk.
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Thank you GuitarRox.
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