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HIV and other STIs I got tested for after four weeks were negative.
They told me I had an early HIV test and standard test and the results are 98% accurate. I am not on any medication and have good health, so can my results change after three month or do I need to get test again Hi We do not consider receiving oral sex as a risk for HIV.
Therefore, you should not have to repeat the HIV test for the oral sex you got 4 weeks ago.
However, it is possible to get other STIs when you receive oral sex.
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However, what if the person who performed oral got a little of blood in her mouth due to bleeding gum, biting on the lips or some thing like that?