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Sex with postop transgender

I had protected sex with a (suspected postop transgender) female CSW. She also performed unprotected oral sex with lots of saliva. I came in her mouth. She said she was tested, and free from HIV. But I am still concerned of the truth.

The day after I noticed there was an abrasion on my penis.

Am I at risk? I have developed some hives. Is this consistent with initial infection?
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The risks for HIV are unprotected vaginal or anal intercourse or sharing IV drug needles.  Using a condom means you were safe. Oral sex does not lead to HIV as saliva and air inactivate the virus.  The abrasion is not indicative of getting HIV as you couldn't with a condom on or through oral sex so the fact that you noticed this has nothing to do with HIV.
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You already knew that condom sex was no risk so I don't know why you are asking again. https://www.medhelp.org/posts/HIV-Prevention/Protected-sex-with-fluid-in-condom-Am-I-at-risk/show/3064762

Oral is also no risk, so it is time to move on from hiv fears. THe first step to peace when you have zero risk is to stop examining your body for a rash and stop googling hiv symptoms.
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I am concerned about the abrasion/cut, about 2mm on my shaft...
You already mentioned that, so the advice answered every question that you asked.
I meant that I had taken into consideration the cuts. You can't get hiv from oral, so it doesn't matter if there is an abrasion as GR mentions below, because any of her hiv would be dead in air or saliva.
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