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Is oral sex a risk for hiv?

A few days ago, I had oral sex with a boy with condom, but oral sex was very intense. After 30 minutes of oral sex, I went to gargle and accidentally bit my mouth open, bleeding a little.The next day, I gave another boy oral sex, did not wear a condom, but oral sex only for a minute, no ejaculation, but the prostatic fluid touched my mouth wound,and his penis touched my throat, and my throat was a little inflamed.I was the initiator of both oral sex. Is there any risk of HIV infection?
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I've seen recent previous posts of yours where you were told what the risks for HIV were. As a reminder, they include having unprotected vaginal sex, unprotected anal sex or sharing IV drug needles.  Those are the only risks.  To also remind you, oral sex is NEVER a risk for HIV because air and saliva inactive the virus.  Even if you cut your mouth.  This is NO risk.  
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Thank you  very much.
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