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probability of veginal fluid getting mixed with itch blood.

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Hi alice,

I had sex with sex worker in india. Before sex I was having an itch on testicle but that was too inside like between leg.I licked her !**@! for abt 1 minute then fingered her !**@! and as well at that time I was licking her !**@! also. It was protected intercourse I was wearing condom. The duration of all this act was for about 4-5 minutes including intercourse. Everything was in place condom was intact but I have one query. Just after sex I came to know that I was having an itch in my testicle and leg to inside. Before sex I hadn't rubbed it and nthng I did which will spread it. But when I came home I realized that veginal fluid might have made contact with this itch. So I'm very much afraid now. But when I looked closer the itch is too inside for that itch to come in contact with vagina there has to be so much hard intercourse will require. Mine was just 2-3 shots and then I cummed. just wanted to know what are the chances that veginal fluid might have came in contact with itch as well if that might have came in contact with itch what's the probability of veginal fluid getting mixed with itch blood.
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replied February 8th, 2014
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A45961
Good day!
Thank you for asking. Such intercourses with sex workers are never free of threats no matter how much a person try to be safe. So better is to get one self tested prophylactically and let the sexual disease specialist have a proper complete exam and screening to sort out at its earliest stage to prevent or reduce the damage. Rest the ods for contact and spread all can be explained once a complete examination is performed with a proper clinical correlation.
Hope you see the limitations here.
Seek an STD specialist and let them help you.
No worries and stay safe in future.As they say Precaution is the only cure

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