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My penis was suck by hiv patient for 5 min is led by aids

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replied March 17th, 2018
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Since you were the recipient (the partner who received oral sex) your risk of acquiring HIV would be less likely, compared to your partner (who performed the act on you).

FYI, the risk of acquiring HIV via oral sex is very limited for recipients. such instances have not been recorded.

Hence there is no need to panic that you may be infected with HIV.

But to clear all your doubts and move ahead in life, it would be recommended to get a confirmatory test after 12 weeks.

But FYI, STIs, including chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, HPV, trichomoniasis can be spread through oral sex.

However, the chances of giving or getting STIs during oral sex can be lowered by using a condom or dental dam.

It would also be recommended to consult a psychiatrist who can help you manage your anxiety issues.

I hope this helps.

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