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Oral sex risk

Hi guys, thanks for this excellent forum!!

2 days ago I had an oral sex encounter with a women that I don’t know very well. We kissed for a couple of minutes, maybe 15 or so. And she performed a combination of a handjob and blowjob on me. She may have rubbed my penis hard as it was a bit red afterwards but definitely no bleeding. I am not sure if there were any blood or sores in her mouth. I also kissed and sucked her breast, but I am pretty sure she wasn’t lactating. According to her, about 5 weeks before our encounter she gave another guy a bj, prior to that she definitely did not have HIV? My question now is, do I have to worry?? Am I at risk for HIV?

Thanks in advance
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This answers all of your HIV questions, and if you can think of any more just reread about the 3. You had zero risk therefore  testing is irrelevant to your situation because you had zero risk. HIV is a fragile virus, which is instantly inactivated in air and also in saliva which means it is effectively dead so it can't infect from touching, external rubbing or oral activities. It doesn't matter if you and they were actively bleeding or had cuts at the time either because the HIV is effectively dead.  
Only 3 adult risks are the following:
1. unprotected penetrating vaginal with a penis
2. unprotected penetrating anal sex with a penis
3. sharing needles that you inject with.
The only way to get HIV is if you did one of the 3. The situation you describe is a long way from any of these 3.
Even with blood, lactation, cuts, rashes, burns, etc the air or the saliva does not allow inactivated virus to infect from touching, external rubbing or oral activities. Doctors have calculated the risk from what you describe to be less than that of being hit by a meteor, therefore no one will get HIV from what you did in the next 40 years of your life either. The above HIV science is 40 years old and very well established, so no detail that you can add to your encounter will change it from zero risk.
Until  you stop googling for death all over the internet, you will never get peace because " every website I researched have a different standing on receiving oral sex." We rely on the opinion of expert doctors and don't pay attention to anything you can locate on another site, otherwise we will be here all day arguing.
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Thank you very much Anxious no more, I really appreciate it! In other words no one has every been infected with HIV in my situation?
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Correct, there is no documented cases of infection via oral sex
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Thanks again biology2017, this forum relieved my anxiety!
Does previous real exposures have an impact on my oral activity risk? Meaning in the past I had unprotected vaginal intercourse with a women and did numerous finger prick tests afterwards which came back negative, does the affect me today? Can I now get HIV from reveiving oral sex because of activities of the past that I tested negative for??

Please advise
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Your last negative result concludes every thing provided there was no potential exposure in between.

Stop poking your self with prick tests after each time you have sex, that seems to be quite an obsession for you.

It's natural to have sex. If you are protected for vaginal or anal intercourse in a monogamous relationship or using condoms correctly and consistently for polygamous relationships. You don't need to test.
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Correction - "If you practice unprotected vaginal / anal sexual intercourse in a monoganous relationship and using condoms correctly and consistently for polygamous relationships. You don't need to test for HIV".
Thanks I appreciate your reply!
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