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Your opinion if you think I'm at risk for hiv

Hi all. I'm not really sure how to start this but Thursday afternoon I decided to perform oral sex on a guy that I met at the grocery store but I know he's on Adam 4 Adam a gay dating site to hookup and things like that. I went over to his place performed the act than Saturday at 6 or 7pm I went to the er and got on pep and been taking my since I'm 24 and I have sickle cell anemia. I also have dental work I need done in my mouth a cracked tooth to be exact on right mandible. The guy was 56 I asked him if he was negative for stds he said he was and showed me a test from the 11th month of 22 so November I'm scared of that two month gap that he could've contracted something. Am I at risk and if so how high i don't feel good this happened Thursday it's now Tuesday
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The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected (no condom) penetrative anal or vaginal sex, OR
2) Sharing IV drug equipment with other IV drug users.

No other event that you can think of, including the event you mentioned, puts you at risk for HIV.  The details that you added about your medical conditions and ejaculating in your mouth do not make any difference to this assessment.

The (unnecessary) PEP that you are taking may or may not be the cause of you feeling unwell, but it isn't HIV.
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By the way he did not cum
In my mouth I asked him not to
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