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    oral sex and a blister on hand
    dobos54 posted:
    I went on med help and spoke with a md from the uk he said i was zero risk for getting hiv from a brief oral sex encounter with a sex worker that lasted exactly one to two seconds. she put my penis unerect in her mouth i immediatly with drew and washed my penis with a warm towel with soap. he also said i was zero risk for stds and didnt require testing do to the brevity of the encounter. He also said zero risk for sometimes i had sex with hookers with condoms and one time when there was a open blister from work and i got a little vaginal fluid on it, He said hiv loses its ability to infect ouside the body only in lab settings without the perfect tempature it can infect therefore i was zero risk didnt need testing Just wanted a second opinion on the matters thanks
    Nieciedo responded:
    See my answer on your other thread.


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