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"i recently went to bangkok where i had massage.she was a prostitue.she was giving me massage, she was nude. she was on top of me. as she had rubbed her body including vagina over me, i had ejaculated.i wanna know is it possible to get aids/hiv if her vagina touched my pennis just before ejaculation.. later i had sex with her using condom. how can one person know if the condom got broken during sex. i didnt penetrated much as i ejaculated very quickly"

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replied July 24th, 2011
HIV and AIDS Answer A25388
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

Sexual intercourse with sex-workers does increase the risk of HIV infection. The description of the sexual act, does indicate that you do have significant risk of HIV infection.

The risk of infection is considerably less, since you did not have a complete intercourse and you did use a condom for protection.

In case, you have doubts, if the condom was damaged, or you are anxious, you might undergo testing for HIV antibodies with ELISA after 4 weeks of the suspected exposure.

In case of any doubts, please consult a HIV counsellor or a Doctor for proper guidance.

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