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Risk of getting infected with HIV after receiving oral sex?

I am a male, 28 years old, i received oral sex from a friend age 19 two times, we didn´t use condoms . Is there any chance that i was infected with hiv? should i get a test? he only performed oral sex once to another person and he has never had anal or vaginal sex, what is my risk? should i be worried? this was my first sexual experience ever
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Oral sex is very much less risky than anal/ vaginal sex. However, it can be transmitted if your partner is already HIV positive.

To clear your doubts, you can undergo one HIV test and you may repeat the test after 3 months for confirmation.

Practice safe sex in future. Good luck.
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