kissing a slutty stripper chick w/ sore throat??? HIV?
Jun 5, 2012
Yea, i started talking to this girl who was a stripper for years, she has lots of kids with different fathers... and is slutty, she also goes to a methadone clinic for what she says is "pancreatitis" but they say people with AIDS/HIV treatment also go to methadone clinics... So I got suspicious. I didnt know all that at once but it began to build up, I started to blow her off but ran into her a week later and we made out for a minute, i also had sore throat... and she bit me on the lip (but didnt break skin) after we made out. Then I kind of ditched her... Saw her the next week went on a date, made out and ate chinese together... I never saw her again after that day (on purpose) After that, 1.5-2.5 months passed and now for the past couple days i've had fatigue, upset stomach (hard to keep down or eat alot of food), and today the 3rd day in I have sore throat... It makes me nervous because they say 5-8 weeks or something you might get symptoms.. I just hope not. If I have sore throat when kissing someone with HIV does that mean I could contract the virus because of my body being open to infection??
Response from Mr. Cordova
The likelihood of transmission through kissing is extremely low. Barring some extenuating circumstances, such as blood gushing from her mouth, the risk would be basically non-existent. I would not be concerned.
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