Okay first and foremost im apologizing in advance for asking this quesiton because ive seen mannnyyy posts with similiar situations as mine but i jsut need some reassurance. So on October 17th of 2008 i met a girl and within 4 hours we were hooking up and she gave me oral sex and i gave her oral sex. By the way, im 16 years old and so is she. It was freezing outside and i was shivering ( possibly cracked lips or dry/torn cuticles?) the next day people were telling me she was HIV positive and i totally FREAKED. i went to the school counseling center many times and the anxiety soon took over my life. everybody who ive talked to said the chances are very low but i feel that im gonna be that guy to get it despite the statistics. i've convinced myself that im going to die in 10 years and my life is over, no help from my friends because they think i have it. im also totally nerve racked about going to get tested because in reality, i dont want to know. i love my family more than anything and i rally dont want to tell them that i have HIV =[. I DO NOT GO A DAY WITHOUT THINKING IM GOING TO DIE.. PLEASE HELP!
dont worry man i had a similar incident the experts on here lizzie, jean or even teak will tell you the same oral is no risk bro, jst try to relax man anxiaty is a pain, ur fine dude trust me even if u dont trust me man trust lizzie,teak or jean they know how its it and theyll tell u the same thing im telling u bro.
Don't trust what you read on yahoo blogs. There are ppl there that are not very educated in the HIV transmission. I have learned from this site a little more about HIV and like Felipz said you will be told there is no risk for Oral.
i forgett on here but teak mentioned a certain test in which hiv+ and hiv- partners were given a test and the hiv- parner didnt catch hiv from their hiv + partner, from what i understand saliva dissables the hiv and makes it inactive. relax bro ur hell of young to be worring about this man even the doctors on the expert forum agree no risk man. hope this helps bro.
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