Can anyone answer my question please
Hi Joseph, I am no expert or doctor. But, I suffer from HIV health anxiety and have learned quite a bit about oral-genitial potential for HIV exposure (due to fears that I have been exposed to HIV through oral). As an insertive partner, your risk would be extremely low and possibly 0. Doctors on this website believe so. The CDC suggests it happens 1/20,000 encounters WITH infected partners. Even then, there is nothing documented about HIV transmission to the insertive partner in oral sex. Yes, I repeat, not a single case of HIV transmission has been believed to occur this way. However, I am not sure how viral load factors into this. My guess would be that it does not; the fluid involved in oral sex is saliva, which inhibits HIV. Practically, oral sex would not involve the exchange of her vaginal fluids or blood and thus I cannot reasonably see how such a transmission would occur. Again, I am no expert. But, I am a true Health Anxiety sufferer who has spent hours on this website and others.