Is there any circumstances where oral would be considered a risk if the person was HIV+ if I was giving oral would there be any circumstances where the no risk would become a risk? My having receding gums..decaying tooth..any chance at all?
I was asking..I was not demanding!!! If u read oral n the facts ull see I posted on it..and ull no just how stressed n depressed I am..I was asking if there was any circumstances that change the risk factor
You've been told that oral sex is no risk for months, regardless of whether the partner is positive. The advice I gave you in your last thread was to test to relieve your anxiety, and that is the advice that you will receive in this thread. You may not post further until you report that you have tested, and if I find out that you have posted again without testing in this thread or a new thread, you will be banned from this group.
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