Anonymous
Hi,

I was in Lisbon, in one strip club, and I had unprotected oral sex, when I cum in her mouth. She continues sucking, then she put my penis between his boobs, and then she continue sucking again.

I had maybe some wet places on penis (because of my masturbation) but I didn't notice any bleeding and stuff like that.

I'm feel very anxious after this. I'm in fear what to do right now.

I read that receiving oral sex is no risk, but I would like to hear from you about this.

Kind Regards,

Barkley
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Anonymous
Hello and thank you for your inquiry.

We understand that you would like to know the risk level associated with receiving unprotected oral sex. Receiving unprotected oral sex is classified as a Negligible Risk activity for transmission of HIV. Negligible risk means that it is theoretically possible to transmit HIV this way, but there is no evidence or documented cases of such a transmission.

Though the risk of acquiring HIV from receiving oral sex is negligible, several factors can increase that risk, including sores in the mouth or on the penis, bleeding gums, and the presence of other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Other STDs, such as syphilis, herpes, gonorrhea and chlamydia, can be transmitted during oral sex. (1)

To further reduce your risk of acquiring or transmitting an infection while receiving oral sex, you might consider using a condom. I have included a link below with some information about safer oral sex practices.

Recommendation: There are no evidence or no documented cases of transmission. Please refer to a physician for more personalised answers.

Regards
AIDS Vancouver Helpline Volunteer, Dyson
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