Welcome to our Forum. I'll try to help. Sometimes after an exposure that, in retrospect, one wishes they had not had, persons tend to examine themselves and be far more attuned to sensations than in periods when they are not concerned. This in turn leads to noticing what turn out to be normal sensations that might have been not noticed or ignored at other times. I suspect this was a contributor to your situation. There is no risk of HIV from the activity you describe.
In reading your post, it also appears that you have been searching the internet for information. Unfortunately, the power of the internet includes its ability not only to inform but also to mislead. While there is much useful information available on the internet, much of it is also taken out of context or a bit unbalanced and some of it is just plain wrong. Despite the numerous statements to the contrary, HIV is not transmitted by oral sex, even when it occurs in the context of group sex. The quoted figure for HIV risk, if one has oral sex with an infected partner is less than 1 in 10,000 and, in my estimation that is too high. Some experts state there is no appreciable risk at all from oral sex and we are among them. Neither of us on this site have ever seen or reading the medical literature of a convincing instance in which HIV was passed by oral sex. As a result, we typically do not even recommend testing for persons whose only exposure has been oral sex.
I hope my comments are calming- they are meant to be. If you feel the need, you could test for your own peace of mind but I am confident that if you do, the test will be negative. EWH
In my research I have read that it is more effectively passed if someone has an std . Does that mean I would already have to have an std for this to apply or does this mean if someone has hiv and for example chlamidia, that it would be easier to transfer to a clean individual?
Once again, I suspect the internet is raising unnecessary concerns.
When people have an STD already it is both easier for HIV infection to be transmitted and, if they are exposed to HIV, to acquire it. None of this changes the fact however that your exposure was NO RISK. Further, in situations where this occurs the increment in risk is rather small when considered in context with other variables. EWH
Ok . Thanks for the information