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    oral sex
    An_251120 posted:
    sir, Last 18.03.13 had been involved in Oral sex with a Girl.
    she suck my penis with out condom and i kiss on her in side of pussy ,
    there is any kind of risk to get infected (AIDS/Hiv)
    plz ans me sir..plz...

    georgiagail responded:
    Again, the risk from oral sex (both giving and receiving) is estimated to be .5 to 1 per 10,000 exposures with a partner KNOWN to carry the virus.

    Your risk would be less since it appears you do not know your partners status.

    This is an extremely (and I do mean extremely small) risk. Most folks wouldn't even bother getting tested. But if this continues to bother you, you can always consider getting tested 90 days after this event.

    sam_roy replied to georgiagail's response:
    thank you very much sir...

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