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Sores in mouth

Hello all,

i had unprotected oral sex and protected vaginal sex with a CSW.
After the vaginal sex, when I wanted to ejaculate in her mouth, she stopped me and said se had some wounds and sores in her mouth. I did not taste any blood while we were kissing but I assume that she may have some blood on those wounds.

I know unprotected oral sex does not require any testing, but I just wanted to ask if these probably bleeding wound in her mouth may change the scenerio?

Thanks in advance.
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Makes no difference,you never had a risk of hiv transmission from unprotected oral and your penetrative vaginal sex was protected.Relax,your safe.Hiv transmission occurs inside the body not outside it.
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Thanks for the reply.

As far as I understood, if there is small blood drops inside the mouth then it is counted as outside the body. So, it is no risk?
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That,s correct.
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