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Blood in spit after oral sex

My bf and I had sex about a week ago and when we were doing oral sex he pushed his penis deep in my throat that when spit the saliva out I saw a speck of blood. I didn't feel anything irritating until 4 days later after I got an allergy reaction. Should I be worried?
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No, probably not. If all you saw was a speck, it's probably fine.

I'd talk to your bf though and ask him to be a bit gentler from now on. :)
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Well, I mostly agree with/ auntiejessi, but sexually transmitted diseases can be spread if there’s blood - including AIDS !! Not to alarm you - it Prbly IS OK, but 1st, do you know if the blood came from YOU, due to irritation of your throat from his deep thrusting, or maybe from bleeding gums, or was this possibly HIS blood? I’d be a little more worried if it were his.

Maybe you should just get checked out for possible STDs just in case. I know I’d have trouble sleeping if I were worried about smthg like that! So just to ease your mind - and to be absolutely sure - I’d see a Dr. & get checked. Your BF may want to as well...
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Yes, this is true, but someone has to have an STD to start with.

A little speck of blood isn't enough to transmit HIV. I was also assuming the blood came from the OP, not the boyfriend, so there would be no risk to the OP if it were their own blood.

However, if you and your bf are having unprotected sex, and haven't been STD tested, that's a definite must. There are things out there far more common than HIV that you should know if your partner has.
Good points all, auntiejessi...
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