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Had unprotected oral sex. Getting cold, skin peeling off inside cheek. Concerned

Hey I had unprotected oral sex with a girl receivd not givin 93 days ago and I had a cold about a week and a half ago that lasted about 4 days now I have sum skin peeling on the inside of my cheek I ve been stressed out over this since it happen but more so over the past tree weekd wondering if stress could bring n e of this on also a friend had same contact with this girl but is just fine but I m just so stressed because this girls hiv status. Is unknown. Please. Help and thanks in advance
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Sexologist 's  Response

Please get laboratory tests done for sexually transmitted infections. Do tests for HIV I and II as well. If all these tests report no abnormality then cool down. I have found that "Fear of HIV" causes more distress soon after unsafe sex than HIV itself.

Repeat the pathology investigations after 6 months of the day of intimacy to be doubly sure.

Oral sex (Fellatio) is not a good way of transmitting HIV from the giver to the receiver. The chances of getting HIV in the above scenario are theoretical (meaning practically you don't get HIV infection by this route ).

If you have additional questions feel free to ask.

Best wishes,

Dr. Ashok Koparday

Consultant Sex Therapist
Answered: Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Geriatrics Specialist Dr. Surendiran Gaj's  Response
hi there
am dr.surendiran
nice to meet you here in HCMagic
well i understand your circumstance my friend,first you have to check your Status for STD via screening,
in order to avoid this circumstance in future,just have protected intercourse
It is known that oral sex involves less risk than unprotected anal sex or unprotected vaginal sex.

The likelihood that HIV is transmitted from a person with HIV to an HIV-negative person depends on the type of contact involved. HIV is most easily transmitted by unprotected anal sex (that is, without condoms), unprotected vaginal sex, sharing injecting equipment, and from mother to baby. It also depends on the viral load of the person with HIV.

Oral sex has been shown to be a less risky activity, but it is not risk free. Again, it depends on the viral load of the person with HIV and the dental health of the person performing the act
if you are confident about your patners status ,nothing to worry
hope helped your query
regards dr.surendiran hcmagic
Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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