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    Receive Blowjob hiv anxity.
    Tawhidhelp posted:
    Dear experts
    about 1 month ago i received blowjob form CSW without protection only.
    No other incedent occure. No cut or visible blood found. now i am nervious. Some forum saying no risk (medhelp) some are saying some risk. i m puzzeled. Got tested after 2 weeks it negative. now i am in seriously worry. please help.. which i believe?
    georgiagail responded:
    The estimated per act risk of unprotected oral sex (both giving and receiving) is .5 to 1 per 10,000 exposures with a source KNOWN to carry the virus.

    Your risk would be less since you cannot confirm your partners status.

    If you believe this incredibly small risk is a concern for you, the recommended time period for testing is 12 weeks after the event.


    P.S. Most folks wouldn't consider testing for such a small statistical risk unless they can't get this worry out of their minds.
    yadd13 responded:
    That is true pal, getting hiv from a BJ is really low as hiv virus cant really survive n saliva due to high acid enzyme concentrate n it. Its actually more risky for the girl who gave u the BJ to gt an infection frm u ie: if u have Any so relax

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