Mar 10, 2014
Hi doc, I recently met a gay friend.we had a sexual encounter,he intially gave me a handjob for about 30 secs,I also gave him a handjob .After that we exchanged saliva for about 40 secs,I had a cut on my upper lip(cracked lip),after that he gave me a blowjob,I had no visible cut on my penis(circumcised) and neither did I cum in his mouth.The blowjob lasted for about 30 secs.After this I took my penis out of his mouth and placed it on his anus.i didn't insert my penis but placed it their for about 5 secs,after this when I was about to cum,I turned to the other side and cummed.After this we both slept.AFter two weeks he told me that he was hiv positive(of around 3 months),I started to have runny nose(not severe,just little bit),mild fevers(lasted one night),headache(lasted couple of hours),no sore throat,no swollen lymph nodes,no rashes.What is the chances of me getting the hiv infection?,should I get myself tested.?
Response from Mr. Chambers
I am not qualified to answer medical or transmission questions. My specialty is benefits and workplace issues.
When in doubt, get tested.
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