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Two weeks a go I have sucked an escorts breast and licking her niples, that only what happened and for 1 minute, I don't notice or taste any milk or any secretions .
1) do I put myself under any risk of hiv even if the breast milk is present and I did not noticed and enter my mouth?
2) do I need an HIV test for this exposure?
3) really can I move one and continue my life with i protected sex with my wife?
Really I am very worried and can't stop my thinking about this.
Many thanks in advance
Thank you for your post. Let me give you the answers to your questions here below:
1.) No, no risk.
2.) No you don't.
3.) You did not put yourself at risk of any STD in this sexual encounter.
You can move on.
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