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Blood During oral Sex
Im a 27 year old male. About seven days ago i received unprotected Oral sex from another male who says that he is HIV (-). During the oral sex i noticed that there was blood on my penis. If he was HIV(+) and was unaware, what is the risk of getting HIV from him?

Im now, seven days later, having congestion and some coughing  and fever. I don't know if this is allergies or signs of  possible HIV exposure.

Am i being paranoid? or is there a really high risk factor here...
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Not a risk at all.
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thanks for your quick response.

there is no risk at all Even if it was a lot of blood present?...
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also,

why do some say "low-risk" and others say "no risk"?
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also,

why do some say "low-risk" and others say "no risk"?
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Can't help you with the incorrect information you find elsewhere.
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ok thank you...

and what was your response of "No risk at all" sill the same if there was a lot of blood on my penis? and around the urethra?
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Saliva contains over a dozen different enzymes and proteins that inhibits HIV transmission.
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