I would like to ask about HIV/STD's and transmission through oral kissing.
I met a man online yesterday who said his status was negative and I always play safe we had oral with condoms on and mutually masturbated with deep kissing, no anal, no rimming.
I however burned my tongue on listerine 3 weeks ago causing by tongue taste buds to become inflamed (little red dots all over my mouth and painful) it is healing and I had thought that it had gone but I engaged in kissing and oral with a condom on and my mouth is slightly inflamed is there anything here that i put myself at risk from. I am thinking you cant get hiv from kissing - or can u? What else could inflame my tongue again - could it be the condom? Are there any STD/HIV risks from kissing and having an inflamed tongue.
Am a bit worried incase I have put myself at risk any advice would be appreciated.
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