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Unprotected insertive fellatio and hiv risk

Hello, befor 3 month i had unprotected insertive fellatiowith a woman who later i found that she is hiv,  a positive after that my anixty is beyond measure and start to think whether she gave me hiv or not. And i remember after that oral incident after two weeks i had some tingling pain in my thigh and since it was mild i didn't concern about it And later after one month i start to have flu like symptoms but that was after the night of heavy alcohol drink. But am so worried is this all cause because of hiv or not...please i need your advice and support before I get tested
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3191940 tn?1447268717
Risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles.

There is no other activity that you can think of that would put you at risk for HIV. In the entire history of HIV, no one has been infected from receiving oral sex, and you will not be the first.
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Thank you so much for your reply.it really ease my anixty but sorry if i upset you i have one question , is it possible to have flu like symptoms lasts for week after a night of drinking alcohol.
I don't know.  You could have flu-like symptoms from having the flu or from having COVID.  This is an HIV prevention forum, and all we can tell you is that you do not have HIV.
Ok,thank you from the core of my heart for all your curiosity and answer.
Today is the best day of my life....all the 3 month anixty is faded. I come back negative, thank you CurfewX for the support you done on me. And i conclude that unprotected insertive fellatio is not hiv risk. But i would not do it anymore. But thank you and God bless you all the people helping and support starting from-CurfewX,teak,nurse girl,vance,gutar boy, Etc
And Mr,anixty no more also thank you
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