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I am a man. On August 10th, I helped a man with oral sex It was also on the 15th of the same month, and then on September 1st, I also gave another boy oral sex. I haven't ejaculated a boy in my mouth from before to now. From September 13th, my mouth started to feel tingling and tingling. Is there a high risk of HIV?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

NOTHING else you can think of would put you at risk for HIV, including the event you describe.
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Sorry, you mean I don’t need to do any tests, right? Thank you so much for your answers, it will keep me away from anxiety
You did not have a risk for HIV, so you do not need to test for HIV.
Thank you so much
Hello doctor. It has been 3 weeks since last time. I only found out this morning that I have tooth decay and dental calculus. Will it affect my zero risk result?
doctor pls don’t forget me
Oral sex isn't a risk and NOTHING you can think of will make it a risk for HIV.  Please move on from this no-risk event.
hiv is dead in air or saliva so you have 2 reasons you can't get hiv from oral. "Worst" case scenario is your mouth touched  dead virus.
Thx all
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