|Oral in the Shower
Nov 25, 2011
I showered with a man at the gym. While in the shower he put his mouth on my penis for about 30 seconds and I reciprocated for about the same time. He did not orgasim and neither did I. There is conflicting literature about the risk factors and although any sexual activity without protection can cause some risk, how concerned in your opinion should I be, and I had a negative test after three weeks of the event, should I continue to test. Thanks
| Response from Mr. Cordova
I would not be concerned. Oral sex is considered a low-risk activity. You do not need to test for something like this.
In health, Richard
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