You asked this question in HIV and this forum is for herpes questions. Testing positive for HSV 1 is no big deal, really. And as was explained to you in your other thread, Receiving oral sex is NOT a risk for HIV and therefore, a 'co-infection' of hsv and hiv would be impossible if you never had a risk in the first place for HIV. You could have had hsv 1 prior to your encounter like 80 percent of the population does. But your continued concerns about getting hiv from receiving oral sex are unfounded. You won't. However, are you asking about getting hsv1 genitally? That's possible. ut assume since you mentioned testing, this has been ruled out.