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Old 12-12-2012, 05:35 AM   #1
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Question about possible exposure.

First I would like to say thank you for all the information everyone offers to these broads. For people like me who stress, it is very consoling.

On to my Short story, about a week ago I had an encounter with a older women (44) and me being 27. We made out and she performed oral sex on me. While I know oral sex is almost nil, I am worried about my mouth. At times I bite the inside of my mouth from nervous act, as well as by mistake (eating food, talking fast etc,) I had done this approxametly 30 hour before the make out session and I bit the inside of my cheek back by my mollers. I am hoping the cut had time to heal before the kissing took place. Since I am not sure of her status and she's married I don't trust her. Was I ask risk? I tested negative a week before this down the line for stds. I was out drinking to celebrate and now i put myself at possible risk for things. Thank you for any input.

 
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Re: Question about possible exposure.

The mouth has over a dozen emzymes and proteins that make the virus inactive and you "cut" would not even br deep enough for a concern, let alone their is very little chance she would even have HIV in the first place.

So in short, you have nothing to worry about.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:23 AM   #3
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Thank you very much for the quick reply. I was not really worried until I read about a case involving two people with dential issues. I myself do not have the best dential hygiene admittily.

On another note I want to thank everyone who has posted with knowledge in any of these threads. I went around reading some and I must say, you are able to give accurate and great information to people like me. It's a shame that the Internet can be filled with such misleading, as well as just straight up wrong, information. I will be stopping to at the doctors on the way home to get a copy off all my negative results for the test of the pervious week. I am also curious about other sti's being transmitted through reciving oral but this is a hiv section I will leave it at that.

Thank you so much to the good people of the board. Good luck and good health

 
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:53 PM   #4
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Re: Question about possible exposure.

sorry to bring up an old thread, I just wanted to let you know I was tested negative at six weeks from this, and couldn't be any more happy.

I did have another question though, and please pardon my ignorance. I was at a store today, trying out some clothes. I noticed one item had what seemed to be some dry blood stain on the collar. I am not even sure if it was blood. but if it was hiv blood, is there any possible way of infection? I was not bleeding at the time, and haven't noticed any cuts.

again, please excuse my ignorance as I'm pretty sure there is no chance here, but for the experts to confirm this would be all the reassurance I would need.

thank you in advance.

 
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Re: Question about possible exposure.

Hiv does not survive outside the body, so their is zero concern here.
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