I have been dating another guy for a cpouple of weeks. I am negative. He hasn't tested for a yer but just recently tested and is awaiting results. He shared that on the infrequent occassion he has had anal sex, he always wore a condom or required the other person to wear one. He indicated that for encounters involviong oral sex, condoms were not used.
So,knowing this and not knowing him for very long, I kept the activities restricted to open mouth kissing and mutual masturbation. here are my concerns:
() Open mouth kissing:
I have gingivitis and on rare occassions my gums will slightly bleed when brushing and flossing. Thiough he appears to have nice teeth, and I never tasted or observed blood in our kissing, I am wondering if this represents a risk for hiv transmission and if so, how risky?
() Mutual masturbation:
He is uncircumcized and I am circumsized. He was very wet, and had his hand on himself then me. I had my hand on him and me. My concern is because he was very wet, could his precum have gotten on my urethra, and if so, does that represent a risk?
Second related concern
During the above scenario, I had chewed a few hours ealier on a hang nail. At the time of the above interaction it was painful but dry, redish and not bleeding. If I came in contact with his preseminal fluid on that spot, is this a risk, and if so, how risky?
Thanks in advance, I really am on pins and needles big time.
I deep kissed someone who was HIV positive and I am still HIV negative.Yeah.
It is good you didn't take it any further until you get his results.
Below is a link quote from to the government website
the CDC is the expert in HIV. Take what you want from from they are saying.
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