If you believe you have been exposed to HIV and want help to judge your risk, would like advice about HIV testing, or have questions about the effectiveness of condoms or risks associated with specific sexual practices, this is the site for you.
I had an anonymous encounter with a guy who performed oral sex on me. He was a little rough on the teeth, and bit a small piece of skin off my shaft and it bled. When I saw what he did, i asked him if he was clean, and he said he was. The next day, I started to have discharge and burning while peeing. I went and got antibiotics for Chlamydia (Doxycycline 2x a day for 7 days) and Gonorrhea (One tablet of Suprax) from the doctor.
My question is... if this guy was HIV positive, what are the chances that I could have contracted it from this encounter?
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