Unprotected oral sex"resubmitted form the Fatigue and Anemia Forum."
Jan 10, 2007
Unprotected oral sex Jan 9, 2007
I had unprotected oral sex 6 years before with sex worker. It was first time and she suddenly started sucking and giving me oral for 10 minutes. Then I had protected vaginal sex.Just after the act when I went to piss, I noted that my penis glan had white scar as ifskin had burnt. I got scared and suffering with mental agony. few months ago I got flu with severe chilling in night and 3 blankets could not stop the chill. Please advise whether I was infected while getting oral. Also advise how to contribute to your forum.
Response from Dr. Frascino
You've had "mental agony" for six years due to a blowjob??? Hmmm . . . why? The HIV-transmission risk from insertive oral sex is extremely low. I don't feel your recent bout of flu has anything at all to do with the six-year-old blowjob. If you are concerned about HIV, get a single HIV rapid test. The result will undoubtedly be negative and you'll have your definitive conclusive result in just 20 minutes!
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Good luck. Be well.
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