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I received oral sex for the first time last night from a girl who says shes only given it to one other guy I did this without a condom and I had a small blemish on the middle of my penis from masturbating previously it's light pink it was about 2 weeks ago when I masterbated and got the sore it scabed over and eventually the scab fell off not it's a light pink color (like it's not a open wound anymore ) cause it's just a blemish (discoloration) an I received oral sex without a condom while having this blemish what are the risks for any disease
And to clarify, it is this site's stance, based on studies and our own MedHelp experts (all of whom are world-renowned for their work in this field), that oral sex carries no risk for HIV.
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