Hello Obession, how are you?
I saw your post on "HIV infection from precum".
Unfortunetely there was no awnser to your topic and I find myself in the same case
as the one described by you.
I had an encounter with a male 3 days ago. Only thing I did was perform oral sex on
him for 3 or 4 minutes. He did not ejaculated in my mouth. I did not taste or feel any
precum. But the next day I felt this "blood in my mouth from my back teeth", the same
as you said described.
I'm very worried about this cause I know this guy sees a lot of people and I'm afraid some precum
even if little might have came in contact with a sore on the back of my mouth.
Did you finnaly discovered what was your problem?!
Thanks in advanced.
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