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Having anal sex (receptive) 1 in 72 the receptive (or bottom) partner is 13 times more likely to be infected with hiv than the insertive partner, according to the cdc. Hello, my partner and i have both been diagnosed with anal warts (hpv). We are both pos (he with great numbers, me with poor numbers). In fact, anal sex is the riskiest type of sex for getting or transmitting hiv. Hiv can be found in certain body fluidsblood, semen (cum), pre-seminal fluid (pre-cum), or rectal fluidsof a person who has hiv. Although receptive anal sex (bottoming) is much riskier for getting hiv than insertive anal sex (topping), its possible for either partnerthe top or the bottomto get hiv. Oral sex ranks very low on the list of ways hiv can be transmitted. Its more likely to transmit hiv through anal or vaginal sex. Its also possible to transmit the virus by sharing needles or. Most people diagnosed with hiv in the uk acquire the virus through unprotected vaginal or anal sex. It may also be possible to catch hiv through unprotected oral sex, but the risk is much lower. The risk of getting hiv through giving oral sex (that is, your mouth on a partners genitals) is low compared with unprotected vaginal or anal sex, but there is some risk. The risk appears to be higher if you have cuts or sores in your mouth. Risk also appears to increase with the amount of your partners fluids that contact your mouth and throat. The chance of getting hiv from analingus (fancy name for anus-licking) is very, very low, because hiv isnt transmitted through saliva or skin-to-skin contact. The hiv virus is carried in four fluids blood, breast milk, semen (cum), and vaginal fluids. So if none of those fluids get into your body, you cant get hiv. The chance an hiv-negative person will get hiv from oral sex with an hiv-positive partner is extremely low. However, it is hard to know the exact risk because a lot of people who have oral sex also have anal or vaginal sex. The type of oral sex that may be the riskiest is mouth-to-penis oral sex. The risk of acquiring hiv during oral sex (sucking the penis of an hiv-positive person) is pretty low, but it isnt zero. Having anal sex increases your risk of hiv and other sexually transmitted infections (stis) including chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhoea and syphilis. However, there are simple steps you can take to protect yourself and your partner.