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Protected sex risks


next month i will get married. Stupid as i am i wanted one last time sex with another woman.

I had protected oral sex and protected vaginal sex. Oral was like 30s. Vaginal in missionary like 10s and doggy about antoher 20s.

I was drunk but tried hard not to touch with my pubic area her vaginal area to negate skin to skin contact. Thats why i never was fully penetrating her. It could happen that i clapped these areas 1 or 2 times.
Condom seemed OK after all.

So what are the odds i contracted any std including HIV.
Should i be worried at all or can i resume unprotected Sex with my future wife?
Btw, im from rumania.

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Since the condom didn't break, you are not at risk for HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia, NGU and trich.

There is a very small chance you could have been exposed to herpes, syphilis or HPV. Since it was all so brief, and protected, these chances are really very, very low, and it's not something I'd worry about all.
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Thank you very much for your answer.

I forgot to mention 2 things in my last post:
-The girl was a csw.
-I couldnt see any wards blisters or sores by her genital area. And there was no rubbing or grinding of skin.

Does this change anything or can i forget about my glorious idea and move on?
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Nope, it doesn't change anything. She could be a CSW or someone who's had 1 partner - it doesn't change the risks of an activity.

The absence of sores, blisters or warts makes her less infectious, somewhat, if she has herpes or HPV (though there are strains of HPV that don't cause warts), but you were still protected for everything, and the acts were very brief, making this really low risk no matter what.

You can forget this glorious idea and move on. :)  
Thank you for your answer and the work you put in this forum. You are really an angel.
You're welcome, and that's very sweet. Best of luck to you. :)
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