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Condom breakage during sex. Scared about sexually transmitted diseases

hello doctor Its been 8 months i had a sex with a girl.Her status is unknown.First round was safe with her but in the second round at the time of discharging condom slightly broke and half sperm is released into her.But there was no blood to blood contact.Since 8 months i am pretty normal wid no disease whatsoever....But i am somehwere scared regarding my status.KINDLY HELP
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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hi there, as you have used condoms bothe the time and the second time it broke just after the act so the chances of you getting any sexually transmitted disease from that encounter is .03%. But still if you are worried then it would be good move to get your blood test for HIV and HbSAg done to rule out the possiblity and to keep your mind at peace. In future to avoid such anxiety it would be wise to avoid casual sex with total strangers as in the long run its not safe and healthy practice. Take care.
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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