Not to long ago I had an encounter with a friend I had not seen in a while. She is somewhat premiscous and the thought of that usually turned me off. But on this particular day it didn't. Anyways, one thing lead to another and she ended up making out with me and then giving me a blowjob. She had a dry cut sligtly above her lip. My penis had no cuts on it. Nor did my lips. And it was not like she was rubbing my penis on her mouth or anything. Just a standard blowjob. A penis in mouth kinda deal. I did ejaculate in her mouth as well. I felt fine after, but a few weeks later I had flu like symptoms and a dry throat. At first I attributed it to my late night college behavior (weird sleeping hours), lack of caffiene for the last couple of days, and being couped up in a dorm surrounded by sick people. Then because I am the kinda of person to think I am diseased when I have a common cold, I checked on line for hiv information. And I started stressing about it alot more (because I read that early symptoms of hiv seem like the flu) and all that did was make me feel worse. And just the stress made me feel like if I went to sleep early or if I had a headache that it was all part of early hiv. This all happened in the few week. And I have only been sick for the last week. I was wondering what are my chances are of getting hiv from this encounter.
The chances of you contracting HIV through oral (in your situation specifically) is pretty much as good as winning the lottery, consecutively every week for a year. So....try buying a lottery ticket each week for a year, if you win every week - go get tested. =)
An STD panel wouldn't be a bad idea if you're sexually active. You can get an NGU from oral sex if her hygiene wasn't up to par, but you can seriously dig a 30 foot hole and stuff those thoughts of HIV down there.
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