Performed oral sex with minor cut on lip; Terrified!!!
Jun 26, 2005
Please help. The other day at about 4:00 pm I was shaving. I cut myself on the lip. It took about twenty minutes for the bleeding to stop. After a while, there were really no signs of the initial laceration. Later that night, (about 3:00 AM)after one too many drinks, I performed oral sex on a man who ejaculated in my mouth. I quickly swallowed. I know that you have said that there is a low risk for oral sex, but with this micro-abrasion/cut on my lip, aren't I likely to get HIV if my partner is HIV positive? This even though the cut on my lip wasn't bleeding at the time?
I am totally stressed about this. Please let me know what you think.
Merci pour tout que vous faites. Je serai heureux de donner à votre cause la plus digne. Tous mon le mieux à vous!
Response from Dr. Frascino
Salut Mec Épouvanté!
Tu as perdu du sang pendant vingt minutes?!? Qu'est-ce que tu as utilisé comme un rasoir ? Une machette, peut-être ?
Oral sex carries a very low risk for HIV transmission, even with your micro-abrasion/not-actively-bleeding cut. I see no reason to be "terrified." But if you are concerned, get tested in three months to set your mind at rest, OK?
Merci pour tes voeux et ton don!
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