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No, no risk at all. There is barely any risk for conventinal oral sex something like 1/20000. I dont even think there is a proven case of transmission by oral sex, let alone oral sex through your underwear.
Your fears are completely irrational. The chances of getting HIV from oral sex, even with blood in the saliva are tiny. The underwear, 2 pairs mind you would have increased the odds as less of the saliva would be even making contact with your penis. Sure, some saliva may have soaked through, but even if it did, the risk is still 0. Saliva poses no risk.
No, I'm not. But anyone who has done 7th grade sex ed could answer your question. If you want to ask a doctor go over to the doctor moderated forum. He will tell you the same thing, if he doesn't delete your post outright.
. In the 25 year history of HIV, after millions of cases and trillions of blow jobs, nobody has reliably been shown to have contracted HIV by insertive fellatio. You are not going to be the first.
Even in the worst case scenario( purely theoretical), according to the extreme conservative view of CDC, the risk was 1 in 20, 000. You could have a daily blowjob from a known infected partner with high viral load for 20, 000 times viz,55 years and even then have only 1 of those episodes would have had a statistical chance of transmitting HIV.
In summary: YOU DID NOT ACQUIRE HIV FROM THIS EPISODE.
Ive been through this before, but now I know the facts and they are very convincing.
The transmission risk was zero, for practical purposes (no proved cases of acquiring HIV by receiving a BJ). Shingles occurs all the time in healthy people without HIV; I had it myself once and so did my 12 year old son. Your wife's cold is irrelevant. You don't have HIV from that event and neither does your wife. If you remain nervous, have an HIV test. Assuming you have no other risks, the result will be negative.
People's moral decisions--whether you will or will not have similar exposures in the future--is irrelevant to my concerns or interests. I deal only in the medical and epidemiologic issues.
lets also not to forget to tell him the fact that it was through mutiple layers of underwear. of course there was no risk. this is actually one of the silliest questions ever asked at this forum. NOOOOOOOOOOO RRRRRIIIIIIIIIISSSSSSSSSSSKKKKKKKKKKK!
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