You can not get infected with HIV from receiving a blowjob.
Dude I feel your pain. I also received oral sex from someone who tells me later in the week that she is HIV positive. Two weeks later I have all these symptoms that terrify me. I get results back next week. I know all these people say oral sex receiving = 0 risk but it just isn't the same when u know they are HIV positive. I do not have all the answers for you. But I just wanted you to know that someone else is out there experiencing the same thing. I will pray for both of us.
I'll say a prayer for you too. Dr. H. says I have nothing to worry about, but I could get tested at 6 weeks to relieve any anxieties. I think I will do the test then, just because my mind probably won't let it go until I do. Good luck with your test buddy. I think we're both in the clear, maybe just our minds play tricks.
Read what Teak said, you don't need any prayers !
Everyone has given you pretty much the same advice, but, as you seem anxious about this, I think it probably would not hurt to repeat it: receiving oral sex is not, repeat: not, a risk factor for HIV. The fact that you are circumcised does not matter in the least, as, after all, a doubling of a 0% probability still leaves us with, yep, no chance at all of having caught HIV.
Of course, it is probably only natural to be a bit anxious when finding out that your partner is HIV positive. My feeling is that your partner should have told you before anything happened, but perhaps his thought was that the act he performed posed no risk to you, so why not? Ok, fine, it's true, but rationality sometimes takes a back seat to our baser emotions.
So, understand, you are feeling a bit frightened, a little taken aback. But, and remember this, what everyone has advised you so far is absolutely, 100% true: you had no risk of contracting HIV given the scenario you described, and thus, you did not catch HIV from this. No ifs, ands or buts about it, it just didn't happen.
As Dr. H suggested, if you continue to feel anxiety stemming from this incident, sure, go ahead and take a test at 6 weeks, collect your negative result, and then go your merry way, a wiser person for it.
I had unprotected oral sex from a complete stranger and i have all of the symptoms for chlymidia, but i am afraid of a positive HIV test because (please correct me if im wrong) to my understanding chlamydia is caused from blood in the saliva during oral sex.... i too am very anxious and regretful so i ask for a bit of patience if my question seems pointless to those knowledgeable to my circumstances... thank you for any feedback whatsoever...and God bless
oral sex does NOT transmit hiv.
it's like having kids to follow behind on ! ! !
ORAL SEX IS NOT A MEANS OF TRANSMITTING HIV.
According to an article, it is possible to contract HIV through oral sex, except chances are very mild.
Not sure whether Dr HHH and Dr Hook have encountered any HIV positive cases through oral sex?
your "article" is out of date.
hiv is NOT transmitted through oral sex.