Oral sex is not a risk for HIV transmission. There are a lot of information available on the internet for oral sex and HIV transmission, most of them are not validated, these websites use a conservative stance because out of a million infected with HIV, probably couple of people decided to report their infection through oral sex, the credibility of these reporting were never established. However, there have been numerous recent studies conducted to observe that oral sex is not a viable route to HIV transmission. Therefore, we the volunteers here at MedHelp, would stick to practical information and do not consider it to be a risk for HIV transmission.
Nothing that you have described here today puts you in any risk for HIV contraction. You don't need to test.
Saliva contains at least 12 different enzymes that inactivate HIV once exposed to it. Air has the same effect on the virus. The only ways HIV is spread are:
-Unprotected anal/vaginal penetrations.
-Sharing needles to inject drugs.
-Mother to child.
Thanks for the replies. Highly appritiated.