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Author Topic: 2 situations, any risk for HIV transmission?  (Read 2180 times)

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Offline johny05

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2 situations, any risk for HIV transmission?
« on: February 25, 2013, 10:09:44 AM »
Here's my situation.

1) I gave oral sex to a male, who's probably HIV+ . It takes about 10-15 mins, and It was pretty hard.
.But I didn't let him to cum in my mouth. Probably there was pre-cum, but
as i said before, no ejaculation. I know, risk is only theoretical for oral sex and no reported cases, but what about deep throating at oral sex? My situation is this, it was hard and deep throating. Does it (deep thr.) change risk? And It's possible that  having sores (maybe bleeding) on my throat (I have problems about my throat for everytime.)
Also, I can't say that I have a good oral health, always have problems about my mouth, especially my throat.

2) As I mentioned before, I didn't let him to ejaculate in my mouth. He did it to my hand, I mean I was rubbing her dick when he was ejaculating, and my hand was covered with semen completely. I have lots of cuts, sores and wounds on my hand.
Not sure about they were bleeding or not when this event happened, But it was like no bleeding. Also I had aching nail pickings and eczema and extremely dry skin. (My eczema is the reason why i have lots of sores, cuts etc.)

Here's the symptoms that I experienced;
- Nausea (From 2nd week, to 3rd week and pretty bad, can't eat anything for 5 days)
- Headache (Everyday for a few hours, sometimes full of day)
- Terrible Neck Pain (for a few days at 4th week)
- Diarrhoea   (From 2nd week to 3rd week, with nausea)
- Night Sweats (Every second days, it's been 4 weeks and still continues)
For know, not experienced flu, fever etc.

As a summary;

- Is it possible to get infected by giving hard, deep throating oral sex without ejaculation in mouth but pre-cum (with bad oral health) ?
- Is it possible to get infected by semen on cuts, sores etc. ?
After this all, recommending test?

Thanks for your replies in advance.
My English level is only Intermediate, so It can be not clear enough to understand for you. I hope you can.
« Last Edit: February 25, 2013, 11:59:18 AM by johny05 »

Offline RapidRod

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Re: 2 situations, any risk for HIV transmission?
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2013, 01:16:52 PM »
No risk of HIV transmission in the situations you've provided.

Offline johny05

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Re: 2 situations, any risk for HIV transmission?
« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2013, 01:40:40 PM »
Thank you so much RapidPod. I'd like to know other experts' ideas. It doesn't mean that I don't trust in you, just need more relax.
But you can be sure that I'm better now after your relaxing message. Thank you again.

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: 2 situations, any risk for HIV transmission?
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2013, 04:22:19 PM »
Let's keep this simple.

Giving a blowjob "hard" or easily still come down to the same thing. Your saliva has over a dozen elements and proteins which very effectively prevent the transmission of viable HIV.

None of your symptoms are HIV specific. No surprise because you haven't reported anything which would have put you at risk. And you need to know for future reference that neither the presence nor the absence of symptoms will ever reliably tell you anything about your HIV status. Only an HIV test taken at the proper time can give you that information reliably. If there has really been a risk, which I repeat you have not had.

The only confirmed risks for the sexual transmission of HIV are unprotected vaginal and anal intercourse. Use condoms everytime for those activies and you will be well protected. It really is that simple.

Get on with your life. You have no cause for concern about HIV at this point.   
Andy Velez

Offline johny05

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Re: 2 situations, any risk for HIV transmission?
« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2013, 04:50:22 PM »
Thank you so much Mr. Velez. Now I'm way way better.


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