Oral sex

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Was wondering what the chances are of contracting hiv through me receiving oral sex. .im a man by the way and also I have some eczema around my scrotum which can break the skin, any help would be much appreciated 

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    Hey, 

    Do not be panic.

    Receiving oral sex is not a way that HIV will transmit expect there was opening cuts or fresh blood shown while you having oral sex. 

    There is 0%~0.04% possibility for HIV virus transmit if you give oral sex to another people(month to penis) and there is no risk in receiving oral sex.

    However, for the other STIs like syphilischlamydia and gonorrhea and so on could be transmit by oral sex. 

    I will not worried about HIV but i really suggest go for a full screen test. 

    Hope my reply could helped. 

    Best, 

    Hugo

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      Haha 

      You are more than welcome.  The full screen test have window period required. 

      this website will tell you all of those STIs' window time for testing which the HIV test is something not too right. 

      Because we now using p24 antigen for testing which we also called the 4th generation test (including testing hiv antibodies and p24 antigen, antigen shown in 28 days and antibody shown around 3 months)and the window time reduced from 3 months to 28 days and if it is negative, then it considered as conclusive !!!(Which i think you will get NEGATIVE result as well~)So make sure you give 28 days after your last sex behavior. 

      Hope your result all the best~~

      Hugo

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