|seven year old kid!
Jun 22, 2001
I want to ask you that if a women has a seven year old kid i.e she got pregnant about 7 years ago, then is a person licks at her nipples than what are the chances that he gets any kinds of "HIV infected material" into his mouth. Is there any other secretion/fluid from the nipples other than milk that conatins HIV?
Please sir! do reply in explicitly to this question, without reference to some previous question! It would be a very nice of you.
| Response from Mr. Kull
The fluids that are known to transmit HIV are blood, semen, vaginal and cervical secretions, and breast milk. Unless any of these fluids gets into a person's mouth, then infection is highly unlikely. There are no other fluids, besides breast milk and possibly blood, that are secreted from the nipple and could transmit HIV.
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