I received an unprotected blowjob from a man. I did NOT ejaculate in his mouth. Although he asserts he is negative, I feel worried that he could be lying. I was tested at 4 weeks using a rapid Clearview test = Negative.
Welcome to the Forum. You can set aside any worries that you have about having acquired HIV, even if your partner did not tell the truth about his HIV status. Oral sex is the safest form of penetrative sexual contact and there are no instances in which HIV has been proven to be transmitted in the course of receipt of oral sex. In addition, your recent HIV test is further strong evidence that you did not get HIV- at 4 weeks over 90% of persons with recently acquired HIV infection would have positive tests.
Bottom line, you can be completely confident that you did not get HIV from the encounter you have described. I see no reason for concern related to this encounter and no reason for further testing. EWH
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