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Good day, I know that sending this query wont change anything but I would just like to know the chances of my exposure and I want to be prepared as well? Got scared reading testimonies of having HIV in the late stage and thats why I decided to post my concern. But I do plan on getting tested, so I can prevent it from getting worst in case.

Here is my exposure. Ive make out with guy and we kissed a lot times, not a deep kiss but we sure have an exchange of salive since there is a tongue. We ended up masturbating, and while he is doing it Ive notice precum on his penis, and after 2 to 3 minutes, he fingered me. Assuming that its not yet dried out and his finger that was inserted has precum, what are the chance I could get HIV? Does the kiss also count? Since there is an exchange of saliva? How many weeks would be the best to get tested?

Jim Allen:
Kissing, masturbating with or without fluids and being fingered isn't an HIV risk to you. You didn't aquire HIV from the concerned activities posted here.

--- Quote ---Since there is an exchange of saliva?

--- End quote ---

Saliva is hostile towards HIV breaking down the receptors needed to infect, having contact with saliva isn't an HIV risk.

Move on with your life, unless you have had other activities that would poss a risk. Use condoms for any intercourse and as you are sexually active get an STI & HIV screening yearly out of standard routine.

Here's what you need to know to reduce your HIV risks:
Use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse correctly and consistently, with no exceptions. Consider talking to your healthcare provider about PrEP as an additional layer of protection against HIV

Keep in mind that some sexual practices described as safe in terms of acquiring HIV still pose a risk for other easier-acquired STIs. So please do get tested at least yearly for STIs, including but not limited to HIV, and more frequently if condomless intercourse occurs.

Also, note that it is possible to have an STI and show no signs or symptoms; testing is the only way to know.

Kind regards


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I forgot to tell you that I have a sore tongue that time and a toothache on 1 of my back tooth? What would be the probability then since there is a broken skin? Is kissing still safe if I have braces? Im planning on having them back on. In case I have braces and it no longer has pain (its painful at first), is kissing still safe?

And with the fingering incident, what if theres a wetness on the finger because of the precum? Or if theres a precum on the finger? Will it then be a risk for the virus?  There are no other activities that have been done, just the two.

Jim Allen:
Read it three times; not an HIV risk, and you can kiss people with braces

Move on with your life. Use condoms for any intercourse, and as you are sexually active, get an STI & HIV screening yearly out of standard routine.

I've made another mistake, and now causing me anxiety and this time I make out with 2 guys. I'm with a friend and we decided to do it with another guy. It was only side fun since both the three of us agreed that there will be no penetration.

Is there a chance that I can get HIV through giving blowjobs? I only gave bj to only 1 of them, and unfortunately I have a tonsilitis that is just starting up, its mild that I feel like there is some blockage whenever I swallow (make contraction in my mouth).

Before I started to BJ one of them, I've noticed that there's a precum, but when I begin checking his penis before I suck his penis, I think its already been dried out. I already failed to noticed if he had precum again when I'm already giving him a blowjob. But in case there is a precum, what are the chances I can get infected? Is it really a low risk incident just like what the other site indicated, do you really have to a big wound to be able to get it via BJ? Or regardless of if there is wound or not, there is still a risk?

I give the other guy a blowjob like 1 minute (I only gave bj to only 1 of them), and after that we just kissed and jack off. But the guy that I kissed also gave blowjob to my friend. In this incident, he suck my friends penis and I kiss him. Does that mean that I can already get HIV through kissing since he suck my friend? There is no ejaculation, although Im not sure if Ive tasted precum. Are there really a lot of documented case of getting infected through blowjobs even without large wounds?

In this incident, if I will get tested 8 weeks later, what will be your honest assessment? Are there possibilities in this incident?


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