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    An_251603 posted:
    Dear all, 10 days back I was engaged in an unprotected anal activity, the whole insetion was less than 30 seconds, i ejaculated half in and half out, when finished i put saliva on it and rub it than washed it strait away with water.(this is the only thing we did) the anal was wide so the insertion was easy no signes of blood at all. I don't know the sex history of the partner nor sure if has hiv, should i worry a lot and what are the possibilities to contracting the hiv.
    thank you very much
    georgiagail responded:
    The risk, would, of course, depend on the status of your partner.

    The estimated risk of unprotected insertive anal intercourse is 6.5 per 10,000 exposures with a source KNOWN to carry the virus.

    Your risk would be less since you cannot confirm your partners status.


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