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Hi guys,

Encounter below activities on end of July.

1. Deep kissing. I have oral sore (hit by a book) & gum boil (the pus keep burst and growth back) caused by tooth decay. These both are my oral conditions. I do not know the girl oral condition. As far as I know, I didn't taste any blood but can't sure 100%.
2. Licked girl boob and there's a weird unpleasant taste ( either nipple discharge or breast milk).
3. Mutual masturbation but there is significant vaginal fluid on her hand while giving me handjob.

As far as I know from this forum, all of the above are non risk for HIV to you guys but does my oral conditions will have any impact especially the gum boil?

Besides I did the HIV test  as below:
1. 3rd week post exposure - done HIV Lab Serology test - Negative
2. 9th week post exposure - done Rapid Determine Alere HIV 1/2Ag/Ab Combo with fingerprick - Result known after 30 minutes - Negative

Do I ned to test after 13th week post exposure? or does my 9th week post exposure using fingerprick rapid HIV test is conclusive?

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These are the risks for HIV transmission and are the only risks:  having unprotected (no condom, with penetration) vaginal or anal sex or sharing IV needles to inject drugs. Air and saliva inactivate the virus. So, looking at your concerns . . .1. kissing. no risk.  2. boob licking. no risk. and 3. mutual masturbation. no risk. None of your activities carried any risk of hiv.
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