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Possibility of HIV contraction on oral sex - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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User :   hi doc
Doctor :   hi
User :  
i am 22 from india female
Doctor :  
how can i help u
Doctor :  
please proceed with your query
User :  
i tried to do oral sex with my boyfriend past an year
User :  
after that i never fell ill or sick in health
Doctor :  
ok
User :  
i neevr knew if he had HIV
User :  
OR SOMETHING
Doctor :  
ok
User :  
i m not sure because now i dont know where is he
User :  
but i am sure i neevr got ill in past an year or so
Doctor :  
let me ask few Q
User :  
i never done any intercourse
User :  
ya
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
did he ejaculate in your mouth
User :  
no he didnt
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :  
did he have vaginal oral sex
User :  
no
Doctor :  
ok
User :  
only i took his penis in mouth
Doctor :  
no intercourse
Doctor :  
sorry to ask
Doctor :  
do yu have more than i parteners
User :  
i never took sperm
User :  
but some precum i swallowed but not more in a\mount
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :   wat problems are yu facing now
Doctor :  
hi are yu there
Doctor :  
did yu do any tests
Doctor :  
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