HIV - Prevention Forum. In your case, your exposure was brief; I would urge you not to worry. Once semen makes its way past the mouth, stomach acid and enzymes in the esophagus kill any HIV in it, so swallowing is actually one of the safest things to do after a blow job. Any updates not saved will be lost. Please note that we are unable to respond to any questions, or offer advice or information in relation to personal matters. This part terrified me most, I know saliva contains limited hiv virus.
Oral Sex and HIV Risk
I was terrified and they claimed that there are cases out there where people get infected by HIV by receiving oral sex. A related discussion, fellatio was started. Hi there, Dealing with anxiety is not easy, it does not help when you are constantly worried, freaking out and building scenarios based on the worst case. It is not a substitute for professional care. Should I go to get HIV test straight away?
Can I Get HIV Through Oral Sex?
About relationships 'Tips and techniques for clitoral stimulation'. Realistically speaking, the chances of HIV getting into your bloodstream within minutes of leaving the other persons body under these circumstances, are extremely small. Are there any reported cases of getting HIV from receiving oral sex? Jeff Sheehy The clinic doctor is incompetent.
Please note that we are unable to respond to any questions, or offer advice or information in relation to personal matters. Originally Posted by blokecalledkev Hi there, Dealing with anxiety is not easy, it does not help when you are constantly worried, freaking out and building scenarios based on the worst case. Can pre-cum and semen fluids contain HIV. What's the connection between HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Of the eight infected people, some reported having had recent dental work or having cuts in their mouths, indicating that HIV transmission by oral sex may be associated with cuts, lesions, or irritation in the mouth. What is currently known is that there is some risk associated with performing oral sex without protection; there have been a few documented cases of HIV transmission through oral sex. And some infections caused by bacteria or viruses can be passed on through oral—anal sex, such as hepatitis A or E.