|Re: Dr Conway From India - Followup
Dec 1, 2007
I had my wisdom tooth removed by dental surgery. About a week and a half after surgery I engaged in kissing with my ex which included lip-to-lip kissing, lip sucking, and playing with the tongue, maybe twice! As far as I remember, there was no blood in her mouth, neither mine had any....No sex of any form happened! Does this warrant testing?
Response from Dr. Conway
I am not aware of any cases of HIV infection being transmitted by kissing, however long or intense the kissing might be.
What should i do now? forget about it and move on and/or test for HIV?
My mind says forget and move one...not sure what you think though!
| Response from Dr. Conway
Yes, forget about it.
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