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I was sucking a women breast when i was drunk. I tasted something bitter that came out of her nipples, some kind of discharge. I didnt spit it out, i was too drunk to even remember. Em i at risk for any STD's that might go into my mouth and be infected? Or is it possible to catch HIV by sucking on a womens breast? I so scared!
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You know, given you were drunk, you may have just tasted your own bile.

Discharge from the nipples generally only happens in women who are nursing or about to be, or who have a glandular or skin infection (and no infection of the breast is transmissible).

You're not at risk for STIs, including HIV, from this unless you were sucking so hard what you drew was blood.

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