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Vaginal fluid in condom

Hi All, recently I had intercourse with a sex worker and I have used condom while the intercourse, somehow just after 30 - 40 seconds I have taken out penis from her vagina and also removed the condom which is intact and was covering my penis head. After few seconds of that episode I asked her to give a hand job, but the mistake I have done is that I have used the same condom which was used previously, my fear is that if I or she have put condom inside out and if the inner part of condom is having her vaginal fluid will I be having risk of hiv as thefluidqas touching my penis head. Also I am having balantis and skin at corner of my pee hole is having small cut.

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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV for those who are not newborn infants are:
1) Having unprotected (no condom) penetrative anal or vaginal sex, OR
2) Sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.

HIV isn't transmitted by bodily fluid except in the two circumstances mentioned above. It does not transmit via fluid on objects, such as a condom - the head of your penis would need to rub directly into a vagina or anus.  There is no detail that you could add to this event that would make it a risk for HIV.
Thank you, you answer really calmed me down, I am actually married so was very nervous as I could pass the virus to my wife. Do you advice me to get tested or it's not necessary.
Just to reconfirm even if there is vaginal fluid inside condom and it gets in contact with penis head I will not possess any risk..is my understanding correct
please focus on what curfewx said. Do not allow your anxiety to take away your ability to reason and be rational about this. Not a risk
Thank you both for your timely help.
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