i am a male. on march 14 i had protected oral sex with two sex workers...they only gave me BJob, nothing else. no vaginal and no anal. i checked the condom and found no lacks of integrity. am i at risk? i also want to know if i want to get a peace in my mind when can i take de p24 antigen test? ( the AB test i know that is by 28 days after exposure)
thank you so much doctors
You were not at HIV risk through oral sex, even if you would have received it unprotected. You are wasting your time and money in tests, you do not need them. HIV is not your concern because you were never exposed.
No ! HIV does not transmit through unprotected oral. Though some STD's can be contracted while engaged in unprotected oral sex, but NOT HIV and this is HIV prevention forum, so our main focus is HIV and NOT other STD's.
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