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i recently received oral sex without a condom and did not ejaculate in her mouth, from a unknown lady for about 2 min and then proceeded to have vagina sex with a condom on,what is the chances of hiv

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replied August 31st, 2016
Sexual Health - Men Answer A58659
The chances of getting a HIV infection through oral sex is very low.

Here are a few facts that you need to understand about oral sex and HIV.

There have been no studies measuring the risk of getting the AIDS virus through oral sex alone. But available evidence suggests that:

1. HIV is not easy to get from any kind of oral sex.. The risk is much lower than that of unprotected penetrative anal or vaginal sex. This is because HIV is normally only present in saliva in very low levels that are not sufficient to cause infection. The linings of the mouth and throat are very resistant to viral infections such as HIV, so infection is unlikely if they are healthy.

2. Bleeding gums, gum disease, and sores in the mouth can make it easier to get infected with HIV through oral sex.

3. Active partners (giving oral sex) have a higher risk of getting infected with HIV , specifically, if they have oral ulcers, sores or cuts in their oral cavity and in case, there is ejaculation in the oral cavity.

There have been no recorded cases of getting HIV in receptive partners. (men receiving oral sex)

But other STDs that are transmitted via oral sex are - gonorrhea, genital herpes, syphilis, HPV, chlamydia, hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C

So you need to make sure that you follow safe sexual practices in future to avoid having any STDs.

Transmission of Infection via oral sex with a partner can be prevented by - using a latex barrier. Ex. a condom (latex or polyurethane) on the penis; or a latex barrier between the mouth and the vagina (a natural rubber latex sheet, dental dam, or a cut-open condom that makes a square or a plastic food wrap).

I hope this information is helpful.

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