Saliva touching with male chest
Apr 15, 2013
if anyone licks/kisses male chest area with no blood or sore at chest area is there any chance of HIV transmission?
Response from Mr. Cordova
No. There is no risk of transmission in a situation like this. Saliva does not transmit the virus. Only four fluids are capable of transmitting the virus. They are:
1: Semen including pre-ejaculatory fluids
2: Vaginal secretions
3: Breast Milk
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