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TEAK - Am I at RISK of HIV with unprotected ******** ?
I had a sex with escort 2 weeks back and she gave me a blow job without condom. I did not have any cuts or wounds on my penis. Then we had sex with condom (full protection). After the sex part, I touched the outside of my condom with my left finger not realizing that it had a One - Day old cut. There was no bleeding or anything on my finger. I am worried if I am at risk and need testing for HIV as I am very worried.
a) did unprotected blow job put me at risk even though I had no cuts on my penis
b) I touched the outside of condom with my 1 day old cut finger (no blood) after sex. Am I at risk
c) Do I need to test for HIV
Appreciate your honest answer with your wealth of experience.
thanks for the prompt answer (in 1 hour of posting). But few questions
a) I have some minute pimple like stuff on the skin of my penis. Its no STD I can think of since its been there for years. Maybe some rashes or thing like that. No irritation at all. Do you think getting unprotected blow job put me at risk with the fact above.
b) the cut on finger was 1 cms long made by knife prior day. Will 1 cms make a difference. Again, it was not bleeding at the time.
Just a quick question, have been reading all over that there is a theoretical chance of contracting the virus if her gums are bleeding or if you have an abrasion/puncture on the skin of your penis. (While being the receiver of a blow job ). Any truth in that statement?
HIV and Oral Sex
While the risk is considered to be low, there have been documented cases of HIV transmission where the most likely way it was transmitted was through oral sex via semen, vaginal secretions or blood. HIV is not transmitted via saliva, and deep kissing is considered a safe sexual behavior. There have been cases of oral sex transmission during fellatio (performing oral sex on a man) and cunnilingus (performing oral sex on a woman).
I am so worried, sad and in repentance of what I did. Will never advise anyone to go knowingly for anything which has such a burden of guilt, sometimes I think we were better off following our religions .
There has never been anyone infected by receiving a blowjob and the studies that have been done there has never been anyone who has contract HIV from giving a blowjob. If you want to repent for YOUR sins take it to another forum.
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3 days ago I had unprotected oral sex with a ts escort. Receptive and I gave it also. I also had about 5 minutes of receptive anal sex where the escort never orgasmed. I'm worried sick I have herpes or hiv or syphillis (syphilis). I've called the escort 4 times since! She insists she has routine check up and I have nothing to worry about. I didn't really inspect the condom afterwards but the escort said it stayed intact. I'm married for 8 years and have always been faithful. I've never felt worse and this was a one time thing. Should I be concerned?
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