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Oral and sexaul intercourse hiv risk assessment

Oral received from 10 diffrent woman partners. Non was protected. Protected vaginal sex  with 2 partners. No condom failure.Please advice on HIV risk.
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

You had ZERO risk for HIV.  No one has ever been infected by receiving oral sex.  Condom-protected intercourse, when the condom does not visibly break, is also not a risk for HIV.  You can move on from these events, safe in the knowledge that you had no risk for HIV.
Thank you for your quick response, "no one" can it be based on world wide statistical science facts. Im from South Africa with high infection rate
Hi Curfewx, just checking same rule in place only the head of penis must be covered, im not circumsized, penis not fully erect, bit concerned of hiv risk. Blowjob received also still good without condom no risk?
Yes. Only the head of the penis needs to be covered during intercourse.

The risks for HIV have not and WILL NOT change. We have nearly 50 years of documented science and research. No other activity is suddenly going to become a risk for HIV.
Noted,  thank you CurfewX
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