[Question #3538] Balls sucking

34 months ago
Hi ...i recieved a protected blow job from lady. But she just sucked my balls for 1 minute..i am thinking what if i had some minute cuts , her saliva may have blood , this could enter balls with cuts.so i can get hiv ??

I used scratch my balls or sometimes i pluck hairs from.balls ..i have doubt if i had any cuts because of scratching balls or pulling hair from balls(scrotum). Can i get hiv from it??

Hw much should be cut to get hiv,  deep or small

Did anyone got hiv from like this ??way
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
34 months ago
Welcome. Thank you for your question.

Mouth contact with intact skin is always zero risk, or very close to zero, for all STDs, and for sure zero risk for HIV.  The skin of the scrotum is no different than anywhere else on your body; she could have sucked your elbow, your neck, or anywhere else with no risk. Having blood in the mouth makes no difference:  blood on skin is not risky. Scratching or plucking hairs from the intact skin makes no difference. Any cut that could risk HIV would have to be deep and freshly bleeding. The mouth is almost never the source of a new HIV infection. Even unprotected oral sex (mouth-penis) is no risk for HIV.

In response to your closing question, the answer is no. There has never been a scientifically proved case of HIV transmission mouth to skin. (Even biting rarelu if ever transmits HIV.)

So no risk, no worries, and no need for testing for HIV or any other STD on account of this event.

I hope this information is helpful. Let me know if anything isn't clear.

HHH, MD

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34 months ago
Sir , 
Thanks for your reply

Deep cuts  and  freshly bleeding  means,  i will notice it . How do you define deep  and small cut??. I mean hw much deep should it be ??


As you said in previous reply , unprotected blow us no risk.  I read and heard that unprotected blow job results in hiv . If saliva contains blood , it will go inside body through penis.


Why small  cut does not transmit  hiv. I asked this out of curiosity...
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
34 months ago
There are no official definitions. Nobody in the world ever caught HIV this way and you won't be the first. Details of the kinds of cuts or skin problems make no difference. It if never happens, there is no need to worry about the exact reasons.

Exposure of small cuts just doesn't permit enough virus to enter the body to cause infection. Also, saliva kills HIV, so even with blood in the mouth, oral sex rarely if ever transmits the virus. You read mistaken or false information about oral sex and HIV risk and I stand by my comments above. Don't believe everything you read online; and stick with professional agencies or mecically monitored websites.
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34 months ago
Thanks sir , 
This is big information for me .i  did not know  that oral sex rarely or never causes hiv risk.  I understood difference between  from reading professional websites and others.

Just one more thing , if i had deep and freshly bleeding cut  i can definitely  acknowledge it ??. This is not something i could not recognise . While she was sucking my balls  if i  had deep and freshly bleeding cut , i can definitely  recognize it??..

Thanks for information 
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
H. Hunter Handsfield, MD
34 months ago
Of course you would notice and be aware of any "deep and freshly bleeding cut". And exposure to someone's mouth doesn't transmit HIV anyway. Please re-read all my comments above and concentrate on them. There is NO CHANCE you have HIV.

That completes the two follow-up comments and replies included with each question and so ends this thread. Please do not be tempted to start a new one with additional questions about this event and your worries about HIV from such exposures.

I hope the discussion has been helpful.
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