I dont think the alcohol has any effect. The consensus on this board is that oral sex carries 0 risk of transmission. Any health provider who works with HIV or HIV testing will tell you the same thing. There was a study on oral sex with HIV+ partners in spain, where they followed couples where one person had HIV for over 10 years. In 19,000 individual cases of oral sex, where about 50% included ejaculation in the mouth, they did not have one instance of HIV transmission from oral sex. From that study its possible to conclude that the possibility of oral transmission is less than 1/19000. The official cdc position is oral sex is a low-risk activity, carrying a risk of transmission between 0 and 1/2200. Test at 3 months if you are still concerned.
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