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Risk of hiv infection attributable to oral sex among men who have sex with men and in the population of men who have sex with men. Samuel mc, hessol n, shiboski s, engel rr, speed tp, winkelstein w, jr. Factors associated with human immunodeficiency virus seroconversion in. According to public health england, around 1-3 of sexual hiv transmissions in the uk are because of oral sex. Other studies found that the risk is very low but is not zero. Unprotected anal and vaginal sex leads to far more hiv infections than oral sex. theres no risk of pregnancy from oral sex, but there is a very real risk of oral stis. Oral sex is using your mouth and tongue to stimulate your partners genitals or anus. There is very little risk of hiv infection from oral sex but other sexually transmitted infections (stis) such as herpes, gonorrhoea and syphilis are easily passed on. receptive oral sex with a male partner who has hiv is considered exceptionally low-risk. In fact, a 2002 study found that the risk for hiv transmission through receptive oral sex was statistically. But this theory doesnt always explain why men who have sex with men are at high risk for oral hpv. According to the new study, 13 percent of men with male partners tested positive for oral hpv. This partly because condoms make oral sex so much less pleasurable for both partners and are more intrusive for oral compared to vaginal or anal sex. It is mainly because the risk from oral sex is believed to be so much lower that this is a risk people are happy to take. When giving oral sex to either a man or a woman, the more infectious body fluids you are exposed to, and the more cuts or abrasions in the mouth, the greater the risk would be. It is a theoretical risk more than anything - something that happens more on paper than in the real world. There is a risk for hiv from receptive oral sex the same way there is a risk of the sun exploding or being hit by a meteorite.