Oral Sex & Sore
Nov 22, 2012
Hello. Is the risk any higher to transmit HIV if you have a canker sore present under your tongue? There is no bleeding and its a couple of days old. This is if you give oral sex to another man and there was no ejaculation. Pre-cum wasn't tasted at all. Is the risk any higher or the same low-risk as usual? Thank you for your response and time.
Response from Mr. Glenn
Thanks for your question,
This would increase the risk of getting HIV for the person with the canker sore in their mouth. However, it would still be relatively low-risk since the amount of fluid sounds low.
Hope this helps!
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