My humble opinion,
You have engaged in risky behaviour (unprotected vaginal and anal) with B and you are concerned about passing it to A.
The risk associated with oral sex is none, so A should be fine.
As per B, she told you she is HIV free and has not engaged in risky behaviour.
If your worries are regarding A, then give your mind a rest. Could be anything else.
You put her at risk for STDs, then you want to ask us if it is HIV? All of you go test together. Keep your ****** in your pants until you are tested.
Thanks for the quick response. While I'm pulling my hair out quite a bit les, I'm still quite concerned.
I'll tell you why, and hopefully you can address these issues as well.
I'd heard the transmission possibilities via oral are SLIM, but not ZERO.
Also, while I do not have intercourse with woman A, there is no real precaution to make sure our genitals don't come in contact. I'm CERTAIN I've handled my own penis and then handled her vagina and vice versa.
The moral thing to do is what Teak said.
Via oral there has not been a documented case.
Although your behavior with A doesn't put her at risk for hiv, there are still other std's to be concerned about.
Very precise and wonderful reply from Teak. Man ! You engaged yourself in a risky behavior through unprotected vaginal and anal sex, with woman B and without feeling your moral responsibility, you continued with woman A. Since you, yourself are not clear about status of your own, poor woman A is exposed to a potential risk of STD only because of you.
Also, please note that there is a slight possibility of a female contracting HIV, via performing oral on a man, when ejaculation is involved (which was, as you mentioned), oral is zero risk behavior for receiving males but not for performing females.
Thanks. I appreciate everybody's input.
And Teak, make no mistake. I'm not here crying foul, like I may have gotten screwed in this deal. Or as if I didn't put woman A at risk.
Any ill health that comes from this for me or Woman A is my fault.
Just because something is my fault doesn't make me any less concerned.