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Can I get HIV from sucking on a Stripper's nipples after other people?

I went to a strip club a few days ago and two strippers got me to suck on their nipples (no breast milk) and now I am worried that I could have possibly got exposed to HIV from any potential residual fluid from previous men that was with them. Is that possible or am I overreacting?
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188761 tn?1584567620
You are overreacting. No risk situation. HIV can be only spread through unprotected vaginal / anal intercourse or sharing needles with other users to inject drugs.
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Thank you very much for the reply. That will put my mind at rest. Just for a final confirmation. Any possible HIV infected sperm residue on her breasts would not be a risk to me in getting HIV through my mouth during the sucking? Thanks
20620809 tn?1504362969
No, no possibility to your proposed scenario of hiv sperm residue on her breast causing HIV.  Air inactivates the virus as does saliva.  As mike_no states, the only way to get HIV is to have unprotected vaginal or anal sex or share IV drug needles.  So, you were safe and had zero risk.
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Thank you for that reply. I have read online that it is possible to get HIV through oral sex when ejaculation occurs with a HIV positive person. Is that different because the HIV and sperm is not exposed to air, sweat and saliva like in my situation? Thanks
You can read anything online - some people say kissing causes hiv but have you ever heard of that happening?
Mike's advice about the 3 is all you need to know. Every time you wonder if some activity or a rephrased version of an activity is a risk for hiv remember those 3 and the answer will be apparent including now, since oral is not one of the 3.
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