Oral Sex & HIV? Please help!?!
Question: Oral Sex & HIV? Please help!?
Your likelihood of HIV is very low.
Oral sex is considered a low risk sex act for HIV transmission (generally considered at 0.1% transmission per incidence). Anal sex with a condom is also considered a low risk sex act for HIV (estimates for transmission vary among agencies, but all agree it is low risk).
It's a good choice to not let him come in your mouth (which raises the likelihood for fluid-based STDs) and to use a condom for anal sex.
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You can catch HIV from receiving a BJ without a condom (just ask David Brednoy) but it is very rare.
It is much easier to catch various bacterial STDs (eg syphilis) or Hepatitis B in this way.
You can't catch it from kissing.
HIV is not transferred through saliva. If no fluids were transferred orally, then you should be fine. you said you used a condom for anal, so as long as there were no breaks, your still clear.