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Chances of HIV infection after oral sex - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   i would like to ask about hiv
User :   in january i had gave my boyfriend oral sex and some of the seman got in my mouth wat r my chances of contracting the virus
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you/
User :   i would like to ask about hiv
Doctor :  
ok
User :   in january i had gave my boyfriend oral sex and some of the seman got in my mouth wat r my chances of contracting the virus
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
chances is there , infact more
Doctor :  
because semen contains more of virus
Doctor :  
first is your boy freind is infected with hiv
User :   he said hes not
Doctor :  
whats your age
User :   17
Doctor :  
then not to worry?
Doctor :   Do you have multiple partner ?
User :   no
User :   that was my first time engaging in anything like that with anyone
Doctor :  
ok, then your boy friend is not infected, no risk with oral sex
Doctor :  
ok, thats fine
User :   so there isnt a risk with oral sex
User :   i read that there is just lowere then anal or vaginal
Doctor :  
no not at all , unless the partner is not infected

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