This is sort of an unusual question, but I worry a lot and I'm going to ask it.
I had this girl perform unprotected oral on me (I'm a male) a few times over the course of a night. I went to visit her at around midnight at her place. She tells me that she is a virgin, and has only given oral sex to 3 guys in the past.
Earlier that day, she told me that she was having a friend over around 5 PM, and I think he left around 9 or 10 PM, but I'm not sure.
It turns out she hooked up with that friend earlier in the day, and I'm almost certain she also gave oral sex to him.
Is it possible that his semen in her mouth could give me STDs if she sucked on me a few hours later? Wouldn't the saliva/bacteria in her mouth, change in temperature, her probably swallowing most of it, and her breathing air on it kill everything in it? Is it possible to get HIV this way, or any other STDs?
Also, what STDs should I be looking out for with oral, and whats the window period here?
Thank you for all of your help! I really greatly appreciate it!
Why is it that the other person's semen in her mouth won't give me any stds from oral sex? Are HIV and other diseases dying because of saliva/temperature/bacteria/oxygen in the mouth? I'm just confused about this...why doesn't the amount of time after the other person came in her mouth matter?
There are certain STD's that can live in the oral cavity. If she caught one of those STDs from a previous partner, even if it hasn't esablished a full infection yet but is just hanging out happily, she can pass it right off to you.
She could have picked up bacteria months ago from one of the other guys or just recieved a fresh batch from the guy just before you.
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