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Can u get hiv from a blowjob

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Receptive oral sex with a male partner who has hiv is considered exceptionally low-risk. In fact, a 2002 study found that the risk for hiv transmission through receptive oral sex was statistically. The chance that you will get hiv from receiving oral sex -- that means a partners mouth is on your genitals -- is very low compared to unprotected vaginal or anal sex. When having oral sex with an hiv infected partner the risk is much less than with anal or vaginal intercourse. Still, there have been document cases of hiv transmission strictly from oral sex. With fellatio (blowjob), there is a theoretical risk of transmission for the female partner because infected pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) fluid or semen can get into the mouth. Â what if the blower has minor open sores in his or her mouth?â wouldnt that be enough for transmission? A can a person. During cunnilingus, or mouth-to-vagina sex, hiv can pass via vaginal fluid. This is more of a risk if the person performing the cunnilingus has oral cuts, oral sores, or bleeding gums. Getting a blowjob is absolutely not a risk for hiv infection, regardless of whatever details you can think of to add.

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