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I would say that oral sex is a low risk activity as compared to vaginal & anal unprotected sex.
It is possible to contract herpes and gonorrhea from oral sex.
HIV transmission is less likely.
Window period is the time between first infection and when the test can reliably detect that infection.
Specific STD Window Periods are as follows-Gonorrhea= 2 to 7 days.Chlamydia =2 to 6 weeks.Syphilis= 10 to 90 days.HIV=6 weeks to 3 months, but could be up to 6 months.
Herpes can be tested after 1 week of exposure and repeated again after 6 weeks.
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