Thank's alot that's help...
Sorry I missed this before.
I agree HIV epidemiology in Israel is similar to western Europe -- i.e. low rates of heterosexual transmission. The risk may be somewhat higher given you partner's Ukrainian origins, but still chance she is infected is low (under 1% chance); and as discussed above, even if she were known to be infected, it would not change my opinion or advice.
As you'll note, I didn't say it is "impossible" to catch HIV by cunnilingus, only that the risk is exceedingly low. If you think about it, at any point in time lots of people have oral sores, inflamed gums, etc, so it is safe to assume that over the decades there have been bilions of cunnilingus events with such lesions -- and yet no reported cases of HIV transmission.
Do your best to move on without worry. Of course you are free to have an HIV test in a few weeks; a negative test result might be more effective reassurance than anything I can say.
I know youre busy man, but think you missed my last coment, i'll be happy to hear youre opinion...
Hi! With youre premission, i will ask another question. First, the escort girl was'nt from israel she's from ukraine and from what i've checked - the hiv rate in israel is similar to west europe or u.s.a(1 to 1400) sorry if i'm wrong...Second - if she had a little sore or if she had unvisible bleeding, and i had a small sore or cut on my togue it's still impossible to catch hiv from this act? I'm hope it's not bother... I just need to be sure. Best regards!
That's real help, thank you very much!
The large majority of female sex workers don't have HIV, and HIV is quite uncommon in Israel. Therefore, it is very unlikely your partner was infected.
Even if she had HIV, there is no measurable risk of infection. Oral sex rarely if ever transmits HIV; some experts believe such transmission never occurs from mouth to penis. Analingus (oral-anal contact) also carries little or no risk. For more detailed discussion about these issues, just scan a few other threads on this forum, or use the search link. The low risk of such exposures has been discussed many, many times.
For those reasons, there is no justification for being "in panic". You don't even need HIV testing. Assuming this is your only marital indiscretion, you can safely continue unprotected sex with your wife with no risk of infecting her.
I hope this has helped. Best wishes-- HHH, MD