Oral sex and HIV

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I’ve had oral sex and I’m scared of getting hiv ..?? Can I get hiv or any other std ..? I preformed oral sex on my bf for about 1min .. there was pre cum but I didn’t swallow the pre cum he didn’t cum in my mouth 

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    Unless you have an open sore in your mouth / lip area, it would be difficult to be vulnerable to contracting HIV / AIDS from giving oral. Do you know your man's HIV status? He would have to be HIV+ to pass it to you.

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    yes, you can get sexually transmitted infections from oral sex. if it was your boyfriend why would you be so concerned? HIV risk for oral sex is low. 
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      ... sorry i missed the comment that he was HIV+. Anyway, transmission risk is very very low for oral, especially if he is on suppression drugs.
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      No he’s not taking any medicine . Actually what happened was my bf had sex with a sex worker he had protected sex penis to vagina .. but the sex worker gave him oral sex she gave his penis oral only.  so I think he’s hiv+ 
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      ... cookies, if i was in your situation, I would both get tested. Your will have to wait 6 weeks (talk with a doctor) after your exposure for results to be conclusive.

      Statistically speaking in this situation the chances that he caught HIV+ are low. Therefore, you are likely okay as well. Oral sex is a LOW transmission risk (unless there was a lot of blood involved). HIV is more commonly passed through anal or vaginal sex and your BF was protected, according to your story. 

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    I'm assuming he would be on treatment? Your chances are very low. But as mentioned below, talk to your doctor about ways to prevent HIV

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