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Risk of HIV + other stds


I had a protected sex with someone I don’t know her status, but i was using condom. The thing is i ejaculated inside, and after i pulled out, i saw some air bubble on the condom.
My question is, is there a possibility for contracting HIV ?

What’s the possibility of sperm leaks out and cause pregnancy?

What should i do now ?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) having unprotected, penetrative anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles.

Since you had condom-protected intercourse, you were not at risk for HIV.  It doesn't matter if there were bubbles in the condom, or if the condom slipped part of the way down, or if sperm leaked out.  As long as the head of your penis remained covered, you had zero risk for HIV.

MOST condoms also have spermicide, meaning that even if a small amount of semen leaks out, it is unlikely to result in pregnancy.  

You can ask questions about STDs here: https://www.medhelp.org/forums/STDs---STIs/show/98 but you have no risk for HIV.
Thank you for your time. What about other stds like HPV? Can it be passed by kissing or sucking nipples ? Should i worry about it ?
This forum is specific to HIV information, CurfewX has provided you with the link to STD forum in her response. Please use that link for your STD related questions.
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