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When a condom breaks and yo pull out instantly b4 ejaculation ,are the any chances of contracting it?
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replied January 26th, 2013
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Sizzla,

The chances are very small, but not absolutely zero.

It is not necessarily the fact that you did not ejaculate, but rather how long you were in contact with your partner's tissues, and if you came into contact with any blood.

While HIV is found in almost all bodily secretions, blood usually contains the highest concentrations of the virus.

So, again, you have only a very small chance of contracting the virus, in a one time encounter, with limited exposure, and no visible blood transfer. But, in medicine, you cannot say that the absolute chance is zero, if there has been unprotected contact.

If you are concerned about contracting the virus, speak with your physician. You can also be tested for the virus if you wish.

Good luck.
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