Good news, you have zero risk for HIV. You wasted your time testing.
You can't get HIV if you used a latex condom during vaginal.
HIV is instantly inactivated in saliva and it is also inactivated in air which means it can't infect from oral which includes kissing. So those are 2 reasons you had zero risk. Double zero risk.
No one in 40 years of history got HIV from oral. Even with blood, lactation cuts, rashes, burns etc saliva and air do not allow inactivated virus to infect, so you had zero risk.
There is an std forum you can get std answers on, including the fact condoms do not protect against all std.
Thanks for your time to answer and it gives me some relief. The reason I tested was that oral sex when blood is involved seems to be thought of as a potential exposure. The fact that I saw cuts on her tongue after the oral sex is what is freaking me out. Is this zero risk because I couldn't see the blood?
Thanks also for pointing me to the std forum.
This is not a realistic concern. Just because she is a csw doesn't mean that she wouldn't be very alarmed if she tasted any bleeding in her own mouth while she was giving a bj to a john. She, like any normal person, would've stopped right away to figure out what was going on. Obviously no blood and you're just being paranoid.
Regardless, it doesn't matter, because oral sex is not considered a risk because of the obvious reasons that the digestive enzymes in saliva render the HIV virus inactive and unable to infect.