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Oral sex with pre-ejaculate on the outside of the condom
What is the risk of hiv transmission, when the condom was put on backwards and the guy had pr-ejaculate on his penis and then the condom was turned around?  Lets say the guy was in fact hiv positive would this be a risk factor?
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No risk at all.
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Teak- Thanks for the reply.  I do have a follow up though.  Dr. Hook and Handsfield have stated that during vaginal and anal sex, that the condom turned around (having pre-ejaculate on the outside) was a risk factor that did need hiv testing.  Could you explain why this situation with giving oral was different?  I should have also stated that although I did'nt have bleed ing gums or sores, I did brush my teeth about an hour before this happened.
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When the condom was reverse to the correct side it was exposed to air and temperature change an renders the virus if one infected  inactive.

Oral sex is not a risk of HIV transmission. Saliva is not infectious and contains over a dozen different enzymes and proteins that inhibits HIV transmission.
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