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Protected sex but oil used


Male, circumcised. Had protected vaginal sex with higher risk female partner. Condom was on during entire penetrative act. However, prior to this I received a HJ and oil was used. So the oil was used on the HJ, then the condom put on, then the sex. The condom was intact after the act (i looked at it) but I also (now) know oil can weaken condoms. So basically i want to know if this changes what should otherwise be no risk. Does the oil weaken the condom such that it is no longer protective even if it didn't break? Or is the risk just that the oil can break the condom and this didnt happen in my case.
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Many thanks!
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No risk. If the condom was intact, you were protected.
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