Hi all .... well I had oral sex with another woman. Took an HIV test two weeks ago for insurance purposes and still haven't gotten my results back yet. Not sure if that's a good sign or not, but still keep worrying about my exposure and if there is some truth about transmitted HIV through oral sex.
Keeping my fingers crossed.
Did some rimming on hooker and some vaginal fluids ended in my mouth (from fingers). Tests:
antibody test negative week 4 (32 days)
PCR test negative on week 4 (36days)
antibody test negative on week 6 (46 days)
antibody test negative on week 8 (60 days)
No single male ever contracted HIV via receptive oral sex.This is what CDC says and even being very "conservative", can't rate this sexual behavior more than a "theoretical risk". I personally know more than a dozen men, who ended up with ** with commercial sex workers in far east and china, got tested but none of em was reported positive. What else you want to hear?
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