I've been trying to go to a clinic but not many places seem to be opened since a new-year is coming up.
I tried to put my mind at ease after reading some of the articles you put links on the post but I found information I didn't want to see.http://www.hivdent.org/_oralmanifestati ... ralman.htm
which contains selected portions of a review published in the journal AIDS (Oral Transmission of HIV: A Review of the Evidence) written by Rothenberg R , Scarlett M, del Rio C, Reznik DA, O'Daniels CM
AIDS 1998, 12:2095-2105
1 man (age 25) with steady female partner and one other insertive orogenital contact with a female one month prior to probable acute AIDS syndrome.
2 men who seroconverted after receptive oral sex with ejaculation
1 man acquired both gonorrhea and HIV from receptive oral sex
1 man acquired HIV after deep kissing, receptive oral sex without ejaculation, and receptive anal intercourse with a condom
4 patients (out of 46 seroconverted) reported only unprotected orogenital contact prior to critical exposure leading to HIV infection; confirmed by partners of 2 out of the 4
4 persons; among 30 newly infected persons, these four had a risk context that suggested transmission from receptive oral sex
This is a report of period between 1990 to 1998. There have been 24 cases of hiv transmission via oral intercourse.
I feel like I am more at risk after finding out this data. Any advise please??