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recieved oral sex from a girl
Oct 5, 2001

Last night a girl i have been talking to for a while went down on me. she sucked my penis for about 10 mins and i didnt ejaculate, she had told me she had been checked for all std's about two weeks ago and was negative on everything im not sure if their was pre ejactulation but their might have been. their are no cuts on my penis. am i at risk for HIV...ive seriously scared myself striaght and will be completely abstent till marriage. should i be tested or are the chances too slim, and if i should be tested how long should i wait to be tested.

Response from Mr. Kull

There have been many questions answered in this forum regarding the risk of transmission through receiving oral sex. Basically, there is no evidence that HIV has ever been transmitted when receiving oral sex (one probable case has been examined, but the person performing oral sex had blood in their mouth). See my response to "HIV/STD through being sucked" (http://www.thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/SafeSex/Archive/Hepatitis/Q53072.qna).

You can also read through the "Oral Sex" page at The Body for more info (http://www.thebody.com/safesex/oralsex.html).

RMK



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