This is Dr. David
unprotected oral sex with an HIV positive woman has a 0.5 to 1 in 10,000 risks for HIV spread.
you can read it here
rubbing on skin is not a risk for HIV
the more sex partners you have, the more you increase your risks for contraction of herpes and HPV virus.
if you wore a condom, risks for contracting gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphillis is small.
oral spread of these is small if she did not show active oral infection or lesions from gonorrhea, chlamydia or syphillis.
did you see my replies above?
you don't have to worry.
you can always go to a sex clinic and get blood testing
if you develop penile discharge, you should get that tested.
but since you wore a condom, it should be fine.
this increases risks for herpes and HPV virus spread
and with more sex partners you have, the risk for these viral spreads increase.
and condoms do not protect for herpes or HPV virus.
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In fact condoms do reduce the spread of HPV and herpes.
If one practices safe sex and avoids herpes outbreaks, and the partner is on acyclovir, this is a lower risk per year of getting herpes than if condoms are not used, even with the other measures.
HPV will have the spread prevented as long as the condom covers the lesion, and if there is no viral spread to the hands, etc.
Both herpes blisters and warts on other parts of the body, not covered by a condom, can be spread.
All STDs can be spread orally, even though the risk is lower.
IN your situation, the botXXXXX XXXXXne is that you need the gold standard of HIV testing [3 months and 6 months elisa] as any active adult should have.
You should also be specifically tested for gonorrhea and chlamydia. HPV or HSV are tested off the lesions if they form, or in the case of HSV, you can wait 6 weeks or so and have a serum test.
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