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Received Unprotected Oral

November the 19th of this year I met up with a woman I met off tinder, she proceeded to give me oral sex for about 3 min, then I left no ejaculation, since she wanted to anal but I had no condom and that’s when I also found out she was a which was not stated in her tinder bio. I now was scared for hiv as it is more prevalent in the LGBT community. I’ve read that there very little to no risk of transmission of hiv by receiving oral sex, but I still have anxiety, about two days after I had a slight fever at night and diarrhea once, the fever has passed and may have been stress induced but I just don’t know. What are my risks ?
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected (no condom) penetrative anal or vaginal sex, OR
2) Sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.

You had no risk for HIV.  There is no detail that you could add to this event that would make it a risk for HIV.  No one has EVER been infected with HIV from receiving oral sex, and you will not be the first.
Thank you for the reply, and it may just be the anxiety causing me to have low appetite and on and off hot flashes. I’ve read many times on this forum that receiving oral sex is basically no risk, from many doctors too. I just have a bad anxiety when it comes to things like this.
It's not "basically no risk." It's zero risk so that's without any qualifiers.
So it’s just my anxiety.
Yes, so you'll do fine when you relax.
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That’s when I also found out she was a transgender*. Don’t know why that wasn’t in the original post
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