Anonymous
Hi, so yesterday I had this encounter with another guy and He gave me a blow job and as long as i know it`s a very low risk when you`re receiving it, right? but when I got home I was checking my penis and saw a tiny cut in the frenulum, but very very small. anyway .. i kinda squeezed it and then blood came out.. but almost nothing. Did it increase the chance of acquiring Hiv? or with this tiny cut when he was performing it? the only thing that happened was it.. i received a blow job. i don't know the guy status, so I`m concerned now .. and apparently there was no blood in his mouth. Thanks!
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Anonymous
Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline. I will be more than glad to clarify your concerns regarding risks of receiving oral sex.

Receiving oral sex is considered a negligible risk activity for transmission of HIV. This means that although we can make a theoretical case for the possibility of HIV transmission, there has never been any documented cases of HIV transmission by receiving oral sex. This is partially due to the fact that there are extremely small amounts of HIV virus (if any) present in the saliva of a person living with HIV. Also, our saliva has an enzyme that damages and inhibits the HIV virus.

Sincerely,

Ali

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