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    An_257112 posted:
    I'm sick to my stomach on this and need input. I recently had receptive anal sex with another man. He was a professional married guy in his 50's so assumed him to be relative low risk. We used a latex condom and water based lubricant. It's totally gross but after he left I filled it with water to test it (no leaks ). He "finished" on my chest. Shortly after I masturbated and may have chafed myself. His ejaculate may have been on my hand. Should I be worried?

    This is the first and only time I've done anything like this and am freaking out!
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    georgiagail responded:
    Should you be worried in regards to HIV risk from this event?


    No.


    Gail


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