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What is the risk?

Hello, thanks to everyone for all the great information provided on this site! I just have a couple of questions about a specific encounter.

I am a 35 year old male, I visited a csw recently. She gave me protected oral then got on top for protected vaginal sex. The protected vaginal sex lasted no more than a 3-5min total, in a couple of different positions. My question is, would there be any significant risk of getting any sti if the uncovered part of my penis entered her? (Meaning the base of shaft). Or if any vaginal fluids made it’s way down to the uncovered part of my shaft/Pubic area? Sorry I am trying to explain as best as I can, please let me know if further clarification is needed. Thank you in advance!
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The head of your penis was covered, so there's no risk at all for gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, hepatitis B, trich or NGU. These are the "fluid" infections. The concern with fluids is if it gets into your urethra. Since you used a condom, there's no concern.

Condoms offer significant, but not total protection against herpes, HPV and syphilis. Those are transmitted by direct genital skin to skin contact. The chances for all of these with a condom are low enough that it's not worth worrying about.

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Thank you so much for the clear and informative answer!
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