Are there any risk if a female sucks your balls and nipples?
Hi there, thanks for contacting the AIDS Vancouver helpline with your HIV related questions/concerns. We're happy to help!
I'm happy to let you know there is No Risk of HIV transmission in this scenario. The first reason is that saliva does not transmit HIV. The second reason is that even if it did, the nipples and testicles are just skin, with no entry into the body and no direct access to the blood stream, so HIV would not be able to establish an infection.
Please refer to the transmission equation below, as it may help clarify what components are needed for HIV transmission to occur. You need all 3 components for transmission to even be possible.
|• blood (including menstrual)||• unprotected anal or vaginal intercourse||• vagina|
|• semen||• sharing needles||• anus|
|• pre-cum||• mother to child (in specific cases)||• urethra in the penis|
|• rectal secretions||• open cuts and sores (in theory)|
|• vaginal fluids||• other mucosal membranes|
|• breast milk||• points of needle injection|
Additionally, please check out avert.org for more information about how HIV is transmitted.
I hope this helped
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