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I am a boy 18 yrs old who had given a blowjob to a another boy, he ejaculated in my mouth and after 20 mins i Brushed my teeth? That boy was not infected with HIV, and neither did i had any sores or cuts

Will i still get HIV?


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replied February 18th, 2012
HIV and AIDS Answer A31735
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

Oral sex between two individuals, who are free from sexually transmitted infections (including HIV), is completely safe. This would be a form of safe sex.

SAFE SEX - The ABC 's to prevent STDs include - ‎

A - Abstinence (not engaging in sex, or delaying first sex)‎
B - Being tested for HIV and Being faithful in marriage and monogamous relationships or reducing the number of ‎‎‎sexual partners
C - Use a Condom, correctly or consistently, if you are not faithful. ‎

HIV and other STDs, are transmitted only when individuals have a risky sexual behavior.

Risky sexual behavior includes ‎
‎1. Having multiple sexual partners, who themselves may be sexually promiscuous.
‎2. Having intercourse without protection‎
‎3. Use of alcohol and Illegal drugs like methamphetamine, and other “party drug” use - can lead to risky sexual ‎‎behavior, due to reduced inhibition. ‎

I hope this clears your doubts.


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