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    need help !urgent
    jpnblr posted:
    HI ,

    I had an encounter with an unknown female.(call girl)

    I had protected intercourse and am sure there was no damage to the condom as well.

    My concern is during foreplay and before i actually put condom ,,,,for a second i inserted my penis in her vagina(without condom).(one single stoke...i mean just once ....less than a second u can say)

    what is my risk ?am really worried as am it safe to have sex with my wife or should i wait till i get tested.
    Nieciedo responded:
    I do not consider that there is any realistic risk of HIV from this brief encounter. The possible exposure as you describe it is just not significant enough to warrant concern (especially since there is no guarantee that the woman had HIV to begin with).

    What should warrant concern, however, is why you opted to solicit the services of the sex worker in the first place. I take it from the concern you have expressed that this is contrary to the rules you and your wife have established for your relationship. If you slipped this once, you are likely to do so again so I would recommend exploring whatever issues led to this encounter and addressing them as needed.

    Given the power of guilt to weigh on the mind and engender fears of retribution, I recommend an HIV test at 30 and 90 days to ease your mind.

    jpnblr replied to Nieciedo's response:
    Thank you Very much dan.

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