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What are the chances of getting HIV from a leaked condom?

Hey.. I just wanted to ask about condom use and leakage. I m a working girl and I have been in the industry for nearly 2 years. Condoms are a part of my service... But sometimes clients will not tell me they have came and I feel that in some cases when I have pulled off that cum is present at the base of the condom. I shave my genital area but will usually do it prior to a day I m working. If the condom has leaked what would be my chance of contracting HIV if the client was positive? I always check the condom to make sure it is in tact which is always is because I use plenty of lubrication .
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Since there is no estimated risk statics for a situation you described but the fact is you are definitely at risk of getting HIV and other types of STD's in such a situation where condom leaked or over spilled.
You must definitely get tested for these diseases.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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