|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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