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Is it a complete sex if the penis has just entered the opening of the vagina but not gone fully inside ?

i have a steady boyfriend but i wanted to try another one. Now the question is did i had sex? The penis entered the opening of my vagina he did not proceed to the point. When he took out his penis it was dry.it was just at the opening of the vagina what i want to know is did we had sex or was it nearly sex is there any wory for of a std. I had been tested after 4weeks of hapening for hiv and syphilis the test came back negative i was again tested after 3 weeks the results came back negative.Now my steady boyfriend wants a baby. I am worried please reply soon please
Asked On : Tue, 1 Mar 2011
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Hi,
If there was no exchange of bodily fluids then chances of std are very low.If he didnt ejaculate then hiv chances are almost nil.Only is there were any open sores(since you didnt mention it im assuming he didnt)there could be chances of transmission of some std.If you tests are negative you dont have to worry about anything yet.Watch out for any eruptions or discharge.Just in case.
Answered: Tue, 1 Mar 2011
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