|oral sex and hiv?
Apr 24, 2000
Response from Dr. Reznik
What you have described is a very low risk encounter. The recent evidence of oral transmission showed that those performing oral intercourse were at risk for sero-conversion, not the receiving participant. Does this mean there is no risk involved? No. There are instances where a recipient of oral intercourse would be at risk, such as if there were open sores on the genitalia, and blood in the oral cavity.
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