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    hope222 posted:
    So I am a gay male... I am scared and freaking out.

    over the past 3 weeks I have sucked 4 guys and swallowed 3 loads.. 2 of the 3 I know very well and have previously sucked them off. The other one is a guy I met on line and stated he is super cautious and clean. I also has anal sex protected with another guy.. he shot in the condom inside of me but the condom did not break.. I checked after and all of the semen was in the condom.

    I currently have a 99.6 fever and have really been able to eat at all today. I am hungover from last night and I just jerked off so maybe that is causing fever

    I had annual blood done begging of April and all tests were negative, I havent done anal unprotected at all in over 2 years and get checked often..


    please give me professional advice on risk!!!
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    georgiagail responded:
    Oral sex (both giving and receiving) carries an extremely small risk of HIV transmission.


    The statistics we use for estimated risk from unprotected oral sex range from .5 to 1 per 10,000 exposures with a source KNOWN to carry the virus. Your risk would be less since you cannot confirm these partners status.


    Protected anal is not a risk if the condom was used accurately and did not break or tear. The virus cannot cross an intact latex barrier.


    Gail


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