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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. however, this risk is still substantially lower than the risk of passing on the virus through anal or vaginal sex. During cunnilingus, or oral vaginal sex, there is a chance that hiv can enter the. Oral sex involves using the mouth to stimulate the penis (fellatio), vagina (cunnilingus), or anus (anilingus). 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 chance that you will get hiv from receiving oral sex -- that means a partners mouth is on your genitals -- is very low compared to unprotected vaginal or anal sex. Using a condom during sex, including oral and anal sex, is the best way to prevent sexually transmitted infections (stis), including hiv. Avoid using an oil-based lubricant, such as vaseline or baby oil, because they can weaken the condom and increase the risk of it splitting. Anal sex is the highest-risk sexual behavior for hiv transmission. Vaginal sex has a lower risk, and activities like oral sex, touching, and kissing carry little to no risk for getting or transmitting hiv. The vast majority of men who get hiv get it through anal sex. Either partner can get hiv through vaginal sex, though it is less risky for getting hiv than receptive anal sex. When a woman has vaginal sex with a partner whos hiv-positive, hiv can enter her body through the mucous membranes that line the vagina and cervix. chlamydia can be passed through oral sex, but the infection is more likely to be transmitted through anal or vaginal sex.