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Had oral sex, ejaculated out. Risk of HIV?

Okay so I need to ask how at risk I am at having HIV from past sexual encounters. I have given one man a handjob twice, but once I think a small bit of semen got on my hand. I can t remember if I had small cuts on it or not, but I know there were no deep cuts. I promptly washed my hands when I noticed the semen, like 30 seconds to a minute after. Another time I started to perform oral sex on a man, as in I licked him and started to put his penis in my mouth. I didn t like how it felt so I stopped. I had no cuts in my mouth, he did not ejaculate or release any pre-cum in my mouth, and as far as I can tell he had no cuts on his penis. So how at risk am I?
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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hi dear, the risk is very minimum. if it was blood to blood contact it would have been dangerous but just an oral sex without any cut in mouth is fine. also if there was no major cut on hand and there was contact with semen, nothing much to worry. thank u
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