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    oral sex and hiv aids
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    teja4709 posted:
    am a male,involved in sex with a call girl of age 23,i recieved oral sex from her just for 30 seconds,later involved in sex with condom.
    after that i was so depressed and couldnt concentrate on work thinking i may get hiv. to my knowledge she looks very healthy,without any lesions around her mouth,cuts or bruises r foul smelling,i dont now if she has ulcers or sores in mouth. i am a healthy person with clean genitals and no cuts/ulcers. will i get hiv for just involving in getting blowjob for just couple of seconds...? please do reply
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    elle0317 responded:
    No, you will not get HIV from this encounter.


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