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Welcome to the forum Oral and thanks for the post.
Remember that HIV is spread through body fluids - primarily semen (cum) and blood. Pre-cum has a much lower risk of infection, while saliva, urine, perspiration and tears pose no risk for HIV transmission.
Don't allow someone to ejaculate in your mouth unless you're REALLY sure of him being HIV negative. Pre-cum poses a lower risk but could be tricky if you have even small cuts or sores in your mouth.
It doesn't sound as if you need to be worried, but remember that if something does happen future that concerns you (a guy ejaculates in your mouth, or you get semen in your eye, or a condom breaks during sex) to get yourself onto PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis) within a MAXIMUM of 72 hours - PEP greatly reduces the chances of being infected after contact with the virus. It is routinely given women who've been raped and to nurses who prick themselves with a needle containing someone else's blood.
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