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Oral sex nd possible symptoms after 50 days

I had unprotected oral sex with a transgirl sex worker, lasted for about 4-5 mins, i ejaculated in her mouth, i might have had a small cut on my penis (circumcised) , right after that I cleaned my penis with water. I think she was positive. 21 days after that, i got no visible sores or discharge from my penis, so i had unprotected vaginal sex with my girlfriend (virgin). 32 days after this incident i was stressed nd i got night sweats (no fever).my girlfriend was doing ok but she noticed small red spots on her legs.
From what I’ve read and heard there are no cases of hiv from receiving oral sex, this was the only reason I continued the unprotected oral sex. Am i at a risk for exposure?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

As you can see, you did not do any of the activities on the list of risks. NO ONE has ever been infected from receiving oral sex, and you will not be the first. You should see your doctor about your non-HIV related medical issues if they concern you.
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I know about that, but my hands nd feet become hot nd pain, it might be after the worrying, what if she had an sti as well ? Please answer
If you are concerned that you got an STI, you should test. No STI causes those symptoms. If you have further questions about those, you can post in the STI forum here - https://www.medhelp.org/forums/STDs-STIs/show/98

No i mean the likelihood of catching hiv, if she had an sti ?
Still ZERO.

An STI only increases risk if there was a risk to begin with. You had no risk, so nothing can increase the risk from zero.
Thank you so much
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