If a man has oral sex performed on him by an infected lady, is there a likelihood that he would get infected? To go further, if the infected lady has sores/wound/ bleeding gums in her mouth, it is obvious that her saliva and her blood could be in contact with the opening of the penis. Can the virus route itself through the opening in the penis and enter the bloodstream and infect the man? Could you kindly clear my doubts?
Actually i had gone through some trusted websites and there are differences in opinion regarding transmission via oral sex.some says it carries risk some says it doesn't.How to come at right conclusion?
Im in the same situation as you... Most say teak, liz,jean,vance say its at no risk and we shouldnt pay attention to theroticals.. I have had some ars symptoms but like they say it could be anything. Ill prob be posting my results in another couple of weeks.. but everything teak is saying is based by facts and studys
Some sites and even Dr's are conservative on the estimates they give because some feel not enough info has been gathered to rule it out or someone says that they got it this way or that way. But I have seen one of the studies that Teak referances and it is very solid that it is not a risk.
The 2 Dr's in the expert form give a conserative estimate but also say in there years of working on HIV they have never seen oral sex transmission happen.
So theories are nice but studies show proof.
I am not an expert like Teak or Lizzie or JC but I know they keep up to date with information and I have seen at least 1 study that was convincing.
I'm in the same situation. I had insertive oralsex with a "call girl" who said she is HIV negative. I was masturbating earlier in the day, and maybe chaffed the skin on my penis. This was 6 months ago. I had a HIV test right @ 13 weeks....came back negative. Now in my 6th month I have diarreha for 1.5 weeks....once per day for about a week. Worried!!
You never had a risk of contracting HIV and you didn't need to test but you did you received a conclusive test result for someone that had, had a risk and it was negative. Move along. Your symptoms have nothing to do with HIV.
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