Caslon16000 saidThe most ideal environment for transmission is in the ass. The rectum is warm, wet, and swarming with white blood cells.
Caslon16000 saidTheoretically, you can get HIV from oral sex....and from one viral particle. The practical result however is no, you wont. You are not going to become infected even if you suck a guy off, he spews in your mouth and you swallow the spooge. The only thing you are going to get from kissing a guys dick and worrying about it is anemia....from worrying about it.
Remember this, we were sucking unprotected cock all during the advent of the AIDS epidemic before it was known what it was. If HIV infection were easy to get orally, every one of us who have contracted it.
An HIV + person can sneeze in your face and you are unlikely to contract the disease. The HIV virus is very fragile and need to find a white blood cells almost immediately. The virus degrades almost immediately in the hostile envrionment of the air.
The most ideal environment for transmission is in the ass. The rectum is warm, wet, and swarming with white blood cells. Those white blood cells are there to prevent the bacteria, etc in the gut from invading the body., The opportunity for the HIV virus to find a suitable host in the rectum is almost perfect. Those conditions dont exist in the mouth. In the mouth, the virus has little chance to cause an infection before the virus destructs or is degraded.
Keep your ass shut, Dont share needles, etc. and you are pretty good to go.
muscles4muscles saidCaslon16000 saidThe most ideal environment for transmission is in the ass. The rectum is warm, wet, and swarming with white blood cells.
Aren't those things true of the mouth as well?
meninlove said FYI for everyone. It can be transmitted, the risk is extremely low and yes there are a very very few documented cases.
conservativejock saidFrom a practical standpoint such a mode of transmission is exceedingly rare. Even back in the days when guys carried monster viral loads due to lack of protease inhibitors, etc. getting a blow job from a poz guy never led to HIV infection among all the gay guys I circled with. (As best we can tell.)
But I might add, that of the 50 or so of us in the first days of the pandemic that are still alive and kicking, there are only three of us remaining. Of the 3, 2 possess the full compliment Delta 32 mutation.
Damn poor odds guys.
OptionsTrader saidmeninlove said FYI for everyone. It can be transmitted, the risk is extremely low and yes there are a very very few documented cases.
Though your site says there are some documented cases of people RECEIVING oral sex getting HIV, the CDC (which is their reference) doesn't say that. Only that there are a few documented cases of someone giving oral sex.
The CDC will say it is possible, but there has to be OTHER factors involved. Factors that are unlikely. Just like kissing someone with HIV. The CDC says it is possible.
While other forms of transmission (anal, vaginal, breast milk, blood) there are no other crazy factors that must be involved. Saliva is NONINFECTIOUS fluid.
Meaning you could inject saliva in your ass and not get HIV. The only way to get it 'maybe' is if there is a lot of blood mixed with the saliva. So like I said if you didn't have blood coating your dick then you are safe...FROM HIV if that is all you did.
Lesbians do not spread HIV for example because many just engage in fingering or oral sex. The only time they may be at risk is when they share dildos or other things coated in vaginal fluid.
So don't listen to the people who just reference the CDC. The CDC mentions everything even if it is far away from the realm of possibility. If they were talking about meteors, they would mention what you need to do if a meteor hits your house. Since that doesn't actually happen you shouldn't worry about it. However, you still should play safe doing oral with people you don't know as other diseases can be transmitted.
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