I have a question regarding receiving oral sex. I received oral sex for a minute or two, but i had this flaky skin on my penis glans (glands). It wasn't bleeding and it doesn't look like any STD, maybe candida, but I'm not sure if it's that. I think is kind of an irritation because of masturbating and strong soaps. I would like to know if there is any HIV risk when receiving oral sex and having these red nonbleeding spots on penis if there would be small amounts of blood present in saliva. I'm talking about small amounts, not visible and tastable blood.
Please do not listen to roy77, he has been advised of his risk and can not accept the fact that he had no risk. You have no need to test, you did not have a risk.
If you want more proof read what the Dr's in the expert forum have to say, no need for testing.
well my research showed it could be possible if there would be large amount of blood in mouth and open wound or open sores on the penis, with visible blood, this could be the route, but i'm sure thaht no one is having sex of any kind with bleeding penis and with blood in mouth ...
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