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All of the current evidence supports that there is no significant risk associated with this interaction. The only penetrative sex that occurred during this encounter was oral sex, and he wore a condom when you gave him oral sex. Also, there is increasing evidence that someone with HIV and an undetectable viral load likely does not pose any significant risk. In the studies that have been done thus far, no HIV transmission has been documented in couples in which only one partner is HIV positive and is able to achieve an undetectable viral load. Although we would like to see more data that will accumulate over time, particularly with higher risk activities, such as anal sex, the current evidence is that achieving an undetectable viral load prevents HIV transmission.
Many doctors do not like to say that things "never" can happen, because it is very difficult to prove that a very low risk event (one in millions) cannot happen, but there is no identifiable risk from this encounter. So, there also is no reason for you to be concerned about this encounter and you can put it behind you.
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