Mar 4, 2013
I have seen your reply on some questions about licking a nipple if it's lactating,let us say she's HIV Poz, the girl was still wearing her bra, I opened up the topside and let my tongue touch her nipple for a second, what are the chances of getting HIV? I know that our mouth is unhospitable place plus the acid in the esophagus and stomach will kill the virus,adding it cannot survive outside ,plus you need to consume a lot of milk,which is unlikely,plus the infants immune is not develop yet compare to an adult.So Ms,Shannon,did I answered my question already? Hearing your advice will put my mind at ease.
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi Yes you answered your own question! HIV transmission in this manner is highly unlikely!
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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