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Author Topic: Giving an oral sex with braces.  (Read 2365 times)

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Offline eaky123

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Giving an oral sex with braces.
« on: August 20, 2012, 12:05:18 PM »
Hello all the staff here

I'm from Thailand. My english might not be so good. If you don't understand what I write or I'm breaking the rule posting here, please tell me.  :)

I have read many threads about giving oral sex to a guy from this forum. I also do appreciate to you guys for giving such a fruitful information about HIV infection.

This is my story. I have never had sex before. But two days ago, I had giving oral sex to a stranger. At that moment, I did it 2 times. 30 seconds for each. I don't know that he had pre-cum or not but possibly had. He didn't ejaculate in my mouth. Here is my questions.

1. I have got braces and my four teeth were pulled off since last year Aug. Are those the gap can get infected from HIV?
2. The cavity, ulcer, wound, sore throat or bleeding in mouth can get infected from HIV? Because of braces can make those I mentioned easily and aren't this called meth mouth, right?
3. Can I get STDs or hepetis B easily from my story?
4. Do you think I should get tested for HIV and STDs? By the way I went to an anonymous clinic and the staff asked me get tested after 3 months. I think it is too long to wait. I'm worried.  :-[
5. The staff recommended me using a condom while having an oral sex with stranger next time. Do you think it is weird because I never see any porn movies or my friends do like this. and one more question here. If a guy ejaculate into the eye another guy. Would it possible get infected?
6. Do you believe the persons who have getting infected from giving an oral sex? Why do they claim that? Even some staff in anonymous clinic, he said there are persons who getting infected from this. That make me really scared. Have you guys ever met the case like this before?

In conclusion do I have low risk or no risk for getting an HIV or STDs?

Sorry for asking a lot of questions because I am really worried for my first time having an oral sex.

Thanks in advance.


Offline RapidRod

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Re: Giving an oral sex with braces.
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2012, 06:09:01 PM »
You never had an exposure. HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug abusers
Mother to child

Offline eaky123

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Re: Giving an oral sex with braces.
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2012, 03:12:06 AM »
Thanks RapidRod. I'm less worried now. Your answer was helpful. But could you or any staff here answer the rest of my questions in shortly? Thank you so much.  :)


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