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Author Topic: blowjob and a lot of blood  (Read 1112 times)

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Offline girl1981

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blowjob and a lot of blood
« on: July 28, 2013, 10:54:29 AM »
on july 18th i had sex with a guy (i'm a female), basically we started with a lot of oral sex, he went down on me twice and i went down on him and swallow his cum then we did a few minutes of penetration but without cuming, we went all night with more kissing and rubbing then he went down on me again, this time it was very rough and his nose started bleeding... a lot, but i coulndt feel anything and he didn't stop until i came, when he mention it we got some wet towels and clean off the blood. About 4 days after that I discoverd a cut on my vagina, it was infected, i also have some water blister around it. I went to the doctor and he said it was not herpes, he run some tests for STDs - still waiting for results and he gave me some antibiotics. I also experienced some fever and fatigue in the last couple of days.

Am I in risk of HIV for having all that blood on an open wound? what about the short unprotected penetration ?

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Re: blowjob and a lot of blood
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2013, 11:33:26 AM »
Girl, no that oral sex including with his bloody nose was not a risk for HIV transmission. Receiving oral is not a risk no matter what details you throw into the mix. And giving is only theoretically a risk because your saliva has over a dozen elements and proteins which very effectively prevent the transmission of viable HIV.

What is your reference to "a few minutes of penetration without cumming." Unprotected vaginal and anal intercourse are the only confirmed risks for the sexual transmission of HIV.And the risk in those circumtances are higher for the receptive partner than for the insertive one. So if you had unprotected intercourse you should get tested. You can do that initially at 6 weeks. If you get a negative result then it was likely you will get the same when you test for a conclusive result at 3 months.

If you did use a condom for intercourse then you don't need to get tested.
Andy Velez

 


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