So, a few days ago, my girlfriends and I got extremely drunk. We all ended up getting separated. Before I knew it, I went into the bathroom with a guy. He pulled out his penis and I touched the tip of his penis with my tongue for a split second. I came to my senses and left.
I wasn't worried, but all the sudden panic as struck me. Is there any risk of Hep B or anything like this? The guy had no cuts or lesions as I examined first. He was not erect at the time.
Hi, there was no risk for any std from what you describe. Saliva contains enzimes that are a hostle environment for std.s. There is a risk with oral sex but what you did is not really considered oral sex. Even with herpes there needs to be some rubbing and grinding in the lip area to force the virus into the nerve.
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