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Had protected sex with gay. Should I be concerned about HIV?

Hey, I'm a gay man and had protected sex with another gay man. I do not know his HIV status. I'm too embarrassed to talk about it. However in spite of him being a concerned and caring man I do not know if I can say that he is HIV negative or not. We had sex and then masturbated. He came first and I took ages to cum. While I was trying to get it done he fingered me and I'm not sure if he had some of his cum in his finger. I think about 1 minute had passed since he ejaculated first. So if he is positive should I be concerned about this or not? Thanks!
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.

You had a protected sex with your partner. So you are safe.

Mutual masturbation and fingering with a wet stain of cum carry only negligible risk for HIV.
So you need not worry. It is better to have a HIV blood screening after three months to confirm your HIV negative status.
Dr S.murugan

Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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