Aug 14, 2014
Hi! I have been reading these forums and they have generally calmed my nerves about getting HIV. However, I want to just ask my question to get it over with.
About a week ago, I engaged in deep kissing with a man. I don't have any sores or cuts in my mouth, and I did not taste any blood while kissing. He then performed oral sex on me, licking mostly, for about 2-3 minutes. I then licked his penis head for no more than 10 seconds. I tasted something sour, but I don't know if it was precum. His penis was dry when i was touching it. We then used lotion to give each other handjobs. I did not touch any of his cum. Immediately after, I washed my hands and rinsed my mouth out with water.
The man recently got tested in June, testing negative as far as what he has told me. He only engaged in protected anal sex since then with someone who he said was clean as well. I'm just worried about my risk of transmission.
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