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Risk of transmission of HIV even with an unprotected oral sex is negligible so with a condom on it is highly unlikely
Similarly the spread of gonorrhea and chlamydia with a protected oral sex is very unlikely. Only if your partner has active oral lesions which reach the uncovered part of your penis and there is a breach in continuity of skin you can have a very low chance of infection. Gonorrhea and chlamydia are usually symptomatic before they can spread to someone else although chlamydia in an asymptomatic person can also be transmitted . The chance of acquiring these infections in your case is very very low rather negligible considering you yourself didn,t develop any symptoms. As you yourself hasn't got any symptom so unlikely to have transmit it to your wife. The chances of spread of infection like this are very remote.
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The only thing which can be considered is chlamydia infection as it can be transmitted from asymptotic individual to other partner as well . Although the chances are again very low. But your wife symptoms do suggest that she should be tested . HIV is highly unlikely .
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No it can be a viral flu
HIV in acute setting has a constellation of symptoms and in addition protected oral sex carries a almost zero risk of HIV transmission
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One more thing for your wife. She might be having common yeast infection of the vagina or bacterial vaginosis. She can try over the counter clotrimazole for few days to see if it helps. If the symptoms still persists then she will need an STI screening.
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No she does not need to be tested for HIV.This is an unlikely rather highly unlikely mode of HIV transmission
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