A little over a month ago, I was brushing my teeth before expecting a man and noticed when I spat out that I had what looked like a bit of blood. In a panic, I rinsed my mouth out again and the blood was gone and repeated but still nothing. I then used mouthwash and rubbed some toothpaste on my gums.
When the guy came over about 20 minutes after this had happened, I told him and he said everything should be alright. Against my better judgement, I did suck him off. I don't recall seeing any precum and I wouldn't think I was sucking him for very long.
Went for a HIV/STD test a week later and came up neg and clean but I'm still concerned cos the test doesn't detect antibodies until 3 months after the "incident". I don't normally do anything that involves a high risk of HIV, just oral with clean guys.
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