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Female giving a male unprotected oral sex

About 48 hrs ago I (female) gave a male (straight) with unknown status unprotected oral sex for less than 2mins, no ejaculation. I bit the inside of my mouth (a little below the lower lip) about 1 hr before the oral sex chewing a gum. He then gave me unprotected oral sex as well. No penetration by  penis was involved at all.

The guy had been with a lot of women in the past, and he promised that he was healthy and that he used protection every time he had vaginal sex.

I was wondering if this counted as an exposure, and if there's any risk. Thanks!
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The only activities that could put you at risk for HIV are:

1) unprotected, penetrative anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing IV drug needles.

You didn't have any risk for HIV from your oral encounter, regardless of the cut on your lip, and you do not need to test for HIV.
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