I did recieve an hiv- result after 2 weeks, would you recommend testing again? Nonetheless, any advice is appreciated from a Medical professional or layperson with knowledge on the subject. You won’t go wrong if you look for an affiliate of Quest Laboratories or Labcorp. Totally amazed me I would say though be very carefull with this herb and always consult your doctor if you are on any other meds. Some women unfortunately give blow jobs to avoid having sexual intercourse. After initial treatment, it can take up to 4 months for gonorrhea to dissipate and is still contagious during this time. Dr.

We’re both getting checked as soon as possible but I need some assurance or info regarding this. But transmission for these diseases through oral sex does not occur as often as the STD’s discussed above. What would it matter? (If I may put it in personal terms, if I ever found myself in the situation you describe, I would not get tested and I would continue unprotected sex with my wife with no worries of infecting her.)  But if you want that much more assurance, consider a visit to your primary care provider or your local health department STD clinic about 4 weeks after the event. There are theoretical risks for gonorrhea, herpes (HSV-2), oral HPV infection, and perhaps others — but in my busy STD clinic (15,000 patient visits per year) we rarely if ever see such a case. For example, Warren says she might stress the importance of condom use for a man having oral sex with multiple male partners. Good luck!

In addition to HIV, while giving oral sex, you could also be at risk for other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) including herpes and gonorrhea. 3. Theoretically, obvious cuts, wounds, sores, or infections in the mouth could raise this risk. Not too many folks head directly for their partner’s “home entertainment center” without at least a bit of tonsil hockey first. For a cunnilingus (oral sex on a woman) recipient, the chance of HIV transmission is also low, although the entire vagina is a mucous membrane through which, theoretically, the virus could be transmitted. All that said, not a lot of people use condoms or dental dams during oral sex. If it reduces the risk, probably the effect is minor.

I’ve only ever disclosed this to one friend during the last four years, so I’m trying to keep as calm as possible. Whats the point in spending all your time worry about getting ill (that is a sickness in itself!). Currently, I take suppressive therapy, and my partner does not use any barriers during oral sex. You’re right about the incurable STDs, but except for HIV they rarely cause important health problems, so not really much cause for worry. In your case, your exposure was brief; I would urge you not to worry. Other STDs you don’t mention:  gonorrhea and nonchlamydial, nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) are the highest risks, but it is unusual to get these without symptoms. A dental dam is a latex or polyurethane (very thin, soft plastic) square, of about 15cm by 15cm.

It was a good idea to wash the blood off right away. She recently gave me oral sex. But the comments I’ve heard from people regarding this controversy tells me there’s still a lot of misunderstanding about herpes out there in the general population. Therefore, is receiving unprotected oral sex of the scrotum a potential risk for STD transmission and, if so, which STDs? But lets look at whay you say Mycoplsma Prolonged close contact? You can get it from having sex, even oral sex. You can look up the nature of tonsilitis, but I’ve certainly never heard it discussed in assocation with sex – until now – which just goes to show, there’s a first time for everything (which is a line most commonly used just after you’ve proposed something your gf finds gross, so might be worth remembering).

Please read them all; you should find the information reassuring. Most ulcers inside the mouth are canker sores which, as far as we know, aren’t due to an infection and can’t be transmitted. What is the frequency of HIV in Indonesia and how at risk am I? Here’s how oral sex can turn into a risky business. Ebby White, One supporter of MPWH.comWritten 35w ago Oral herpes (such as cold sores or fever blisters on or around the mouth) is usually caused by HSV-1. However, as far as HIV is concerned, receiving oral sex is extremely low risk. A possible but unlikely in your case is genital herpes.

I just received oral from the wife after she performed oral on her husband for a few minutes. The key to transmittal of most sexually transmitted diseases is infected body fluids.  These can include semen (including pre-cum), vaginal fluid, blood and saliva, though infection from saliva itself is apparently rare.  Not really surprising, that last, since saliva is designed to start breaking things down prior to digestion.