Oral sex is considered to be the extremely low risk behavior which means, it is a theoretical risk, without any documented evidence of HIV transmission,
Since you were not exposed to the risk, tests are not needed in your case, however you may do so, only to get your own peace of mind by getting tested 4 weeks after the incident. Your symptoms do not relate with the infection
Giving unprotected oral sex to a male is a theoretical risk and not a real world risk for HIV.
Theoretical risk is also when your mouth was full of gaping wounds like meth mouth.
However, engaging in any type of unprotected oral sex could put you at risk for other potential STD's/STI's.
I really appreciate your answers.
To be honest, I knew that oral sex has very low risk for HIV, which however is a little different from my case that others ejaculate in my mouth. Large amount of HIV-carried sperm may enter into my blood circulation through some small wounds.
Besides, some doctors also claim that oral sex with ejaculation is risky enough for someone to be tested.
Fine, thanks a lot.
Recently, some CDC volunteers told me that ejaculating in my mouth is a high risky behavior, because virus may find small hurt on my throat, gum or teeth. And I'm not sure whether he is healthy or not.
You mean, if he (he is a gay) is HIV-positive, ejaculated in my mouth and I swallowed it, there is still no possibility for me to get HIV?
Thank for your answers.
Thanks for @CurfewX
Their evidence is that Chinese CDC has detected two HIV cases this year, which... were said to be caused only by oral sex.
Maybe there is a misunderstanding among the public that eating HIV-virus equals to being infected by it.
By the way, if my throat is broken at that time, eating HIV sperm will still cause no problem?
Thanks for answering.
If someone, who is HIV-positive, claims that he was infected only by giving blowjob to others and swallowing the *** ( without any other high risky behaviors), is it going to be a lie?