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Offline Lebest

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I am very scared. Please help
« on: June 02, 2015, 08:10:45 AM »
Hello. I am going to apologize early because this is my first time writing and i dont know the proper words for certain things such as using the word cum or came.

This is my story......

On May 19, 2015 i went to St. Thomas and got a little tipsy and started to go bar hopping. I didnt get fully drunk but i will say i was tipsy. When i went to one of the bars i noticed that girls would easily walk up to you and have small talk with you. I automatically new what was going on although it was my first time encountering a prostitute. I went straight to the point and said how much and she told me 60 dollars for 20 minutes. I said okay. We went upstairs to her room because each girl has a room at the second floor of this bar. She used her condom and gave me oral and then went on top of me with the condom on. She would completely stop and put lube on and i came inside her and then pulled out. I looked at the condom and it looked out like nothing was wrong with it and then she pulled it off and offered me alcohol spray to clean myself and i thought it was clean so i did and then got dressed and went downstairs............

While i was downstairs i met with this other girl and she was very pretty and had more to offer as in her body looked better so i decided to pay the same price to her and we went to her room. We did the same thing i did with the first her and after all positions i came inside her with my condom on. This time it was my condom i used because i bought a pack. Same thing she offered me alcohol and i cleaned myself and she peed and we went downstairs. I forgot to add that before sex she did give me oral with the condom on.

Now the last and final girl. When i went downstairs i saw one more girl and same thing we went upstairs, she gave me oral usong my condom and then she went on top of me, and i did doggy style as i did with all the other girls and then she went back on top of me. When she was on top of my i started losing my erection. So i asked for oral so she took off my condom and we used a new one (mine) and once she gave me oral and i was fully erected again she got on top and then i started losing my erection most likely because i came two times previously with the other girls. Now im scared that while i started to lose my erection what if her vaginal fluids went under the condom and then start working its way up the condom inside and what if it reached the tip????? I wasnt fully erected nor i was fully soft.... But we kept going in that state for about 3 to 4 minutes...... I used alcohol afterwards to clean myself but im just scared i might have gotten HIV.

What are my risks of contracting HIV?
What if there was a tiny hole at the tip of the condom because i dont cum alot so i didnt really nottice anything in the condom especially since i was tipsy????
And the last encounted what if the vaginal fluids sepped under the under and work its way up to the tip??? Please help me i am scared and i am a 21 yr old male. I did the 10 day hiv test this friday that just passed and i have to wait until june 9th to see my results..... Would that be conclusive????

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Re: I am very scared. Please help
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2015, 08:32:11 AM »
You are worrying unnecesarily. The most important fact in your story is that the head of penis was covered with a condom everytime you had vaginal intercourse. There's no need to worry that vaginal fluids seeped into the condom when you lost your erection. That just doesn't happen.

There's no need for testing nor for further concern on your part about HIV.

We do advise anyone who is sexually active to at least once a year if not every six months have a full STI panel done. Other STIs are much easier to acquire than HIV so testing regularly is a good idea.
Andy Velez


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