ass to mouth with and thne without condom

  • sgtturtle22

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    Jan 19, 2011 4:03 AM GMT
    hey guys i had sex a couple of days ago i know u never go ass to mouth but the guy was wearing a condom while fucking me after he came he took the condom off and i wanted to suck his dick a lil and i did am i at risk for hiv even though i got an hiv test a month ago and him 2 months ago which wher both negative
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    Jan 21, 2011 4:09 AM GMT
    Not to spook you unnecessarily... but any kind of of sexual contact beyond a long term, tested monogamous relationship exposes you to *some* risk of contracting HIV.

    Condoms of course reduce that risk a great deal... but once the condom came off, you are relying on the chance he hasn't picked up some STD in the two months he tested negative.

    And that test result really covers him for the prior three months, in that the typical timeframe that it takes to become HIV+ (seropositive) can be three months.

    So, your partner's neg result is as reliable as five months ago, unless he has not had sex prior to you in those past five months, or otherwise been exposed to any STDs since then.
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    May 21, 2011 7:28 AM GMT
    Boy I shure wish a guy would fuck me
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    May 23, 2011 3:22 AM GMT
    I've never known anyone that has contracted HIV through means other than blood to blood transmission. Oral transmission is possible but extremely unlikely to the point you have to ask yourself if you are just being ridiculous. Along those lines of thinking there are plenty of other things that you have an equal or greater chance of getting through oral transmission.. but we don't all go around wearing face masks icon_razz.gif

    disclaimer: The prevalence of oral transmission of HIV isn't known, so I'm just positing a guess based on statistics. I think oral hygiene would be a significant factor in oral transmission.