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HIV risk from open sore ( protected)

hi, i male 26 just got circumised 1 week ago and penis still got small bleeding with open sores, i had protected vaginal sex with Prostitute, after intercourse i did not remove condom immediatety ( i've heard that hiv are vulnerable from air exposure) so i let my penis dries for around 5 minutes with condom still on. after that i removed the condom carefuly, however i'm concerned during removing process, her vaginal fluid might touch my open wounds. please assess my risk. many thanks
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The risks for HIV have not changed since you asked your first question: https://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV-Prevention/Risk-of-multiple-escort-exposure-all-protected--How-high-are-the-odds/show/3024410

Your risk is zero.
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Is it still zero if the sores got active bleeding because of circumcision 1 week earlier?.

It is always going to be zero unless you have unprotected, penetrative vaginal/anal sex or share intravenous needles.
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