Could you please answer my question as it is taring me apart with worry.
Approx two days ago i had sex with a street prostitute in nottingham (UK). I was extremely STUPID to do this as i have a beautiful wife and two amazing children!
I was very drunk at the time and the prostitute 1stly put on a condom on my penis and then gave me oral sex, after which we had penetrative sex in the vagina from behind.
Although the condom stayed on throughout the whole experience, my main worry is that i was not fully erect at any point in the whole experience as i was drunk. My penis was not fully erect during the penetration. the prostitute squeezed on the base of my penis whilst penetration (i think she did that to get me more erect). I did not ejaculate either.
Although the condom stayed on throughout the whole process, i am worried that due to the fact that i was not erect, i may have caught HIV from her. I suspect that she is a drug user, and therefore i am becoming extremely concerened and worried.
Please help me with my anxieties with some advise.
I love my children so much, i would hate to think that i have ruined theirs and my life due to a stupid drunken night out!
Any help and advise would be so much appreciated!
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You've already posted this in Emergencies and Crises.
Please don't double-post; it's against the board rules and it won't get your question answered any faster.
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