I really doubt you caught anything in 30 sec of oral sex. But just put your mind at ease and just get tested. It's been about 2 months so most of the tests should be 90 percent or more accurate at this point.
I read your journal. It seems like the more you know the more it scares you. Even when you learned that 95% of Hep B cases spontaneously resolve due to immune response you immediately started thinking, "what if I'm in the 5% group?".
You're looking for something to worry about rather than for something to relieve worry.
You're chances of having caught anything are very low. There is only one way to know for sure. Get tested. The incubation period can be up 3 months for hep b, it's also long enough for HIV antibodies to form.
you should go and test your HepB blood test
if you got negative, you should also take the vaccine instantly
dont waste your time
and here is no Teak
Teak is an expert on HIV forum
good luck buddy
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