Good news! You don't have to worry about pricking your self with a needle.
You weren't at risk. Ingesting infected body fluids can't transmit this virus.
Those numbers that concern you are arbitrary since they were calculated from a theoretical point of view long time back, there have been numerous studies in the recent past to conclude that it is not a risk.
Please move on.
Just to reiterate, the only ways adults get HIV is from unprotected vaginal or anal sex or sharing IV drug needles. That's it. Wear condoms, you are safe.
Thank you. So even if put my tongue into his foreskin while giving oral, blocking the air contact between tongue and foreskin/penis head, there was no risk? wouldnt this cause no air or saliva, making infection more likely from precum inside if he had a high viral load (I’m guessing he did)?
Sorry once again, this was the only thing that still concerns me, I try to move on but then remember the tongue foreskin thing.
Thank you everyone. Yesterday I had an encounter with a guy and a girl. I had protected intercourse with the girl, but I gave both her and I gave the other guy unprotected oral as well. I had a canker sores in my mouth at the time, he did not ejaculate, but heavy precum. We also made out. The protected sex was safe right, but what about the the canker sore oral?