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I had brief oral sex with a man, he didn't cum in my mouth but I do believe their may have been some precum. I'm wondering what my risk is and further should I even go get tested? Tomorrow will mark 4 weeks and I've had no signs of the acute HIV infection. As for more details the canker sore was a small one on the tip of my tongue and it was almost unnoticeable at the time.
Okay but to both of you its been 4 weeks today when I last had my brief oral encounter, I now have these red spots right below my penis head(where the skin bunches up). Idk what these are and I'm kind of worried, they are not itchy or painful their just there. Any ideas what it could be?,
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