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Chances of hiv infection for giving a blowjob

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Receptive oral sex with a male partner who has hiv is considered exceptionally low-risk. Giving oral sex (blow job) to a man has been proven to carry some risk of getting hiv, although most scientists believe the risk is relatively low. But, in general, becoming infected with hiv by receiving oral sex is probably a very rare occurrence. The risk of getting hiv through giving oral sex (that is, your mouth on a partners genitals) is low compared with unprotected vaginal or anal sex, but there is some risk. The risk appears to be higher if you have cuts or sores in your mouth. 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. You run no risk of getting hiv as long as you dont get any sperm in your mouth when you are giving a blow job. If you give blow jobs without a condom, make sure you always also get tested for stis in your mouth. There is no debate (among experts) about the hiv risks associated with oral sex. The risk is so low that almost nobody who cares for hiv infected patients has ever had a patient believed to have been infected that way. Among experts, its a semantic issue about using terms like no risk and very low risk.

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