Can HIV Be Transmitted Through Sore In Mouth

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HIV risk-unusual transmission?? (MOUTH TO MOUTH CHAMPAGNE, SAKE, AND SHOTS, 2010))

Two months ago I was at a party where a man grabbed me and transferred champagne from his mouth to mine-which I swallowed. he has quite a reputation and now I can't stop worrying about the HIV risk. I know risk from saliva is low but I've no idea if...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...ahead and smooch that hot boyfriend of yours. It's Valentine's Day frevinsakes!Dr. Bobsilly question but need help pleeeease (MOUTH TO MOUTH CHAMPAGNE, SAKE, AND SHOTS) Oct 2, 2008About a month ago at a night club i was dancing next to some... Read more »

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AIDS InfoNet

HIV and the Mouth

... How Does HIV Affect the Mouth? Don't Ignore Mouth Problems! What Are the Signs of HIV in the Mouth? The Bottom Line How Does HIV Affect the Read more »
The Well Project

HIV and Your Mouth

...Health and Street Drugs Getting Dental Care Taking Care of Yourself References Oral Problems Are Common Oral (mouth) problems are very common in HIV+ people. More than a third ofHIV+ people have oral conditions that arise... Read more »
Project Inform

HIV and the Mouth

...HIV Disease Commentary Oral Conditions at a Glance Starting and Keeping Good Oral Health Taking care of your mouth and teeth is a very important, yet often overlooked, part of maintaining your general health. Good oral health can... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Stopping the Spread of HIV

...HIV, but no documented cases of HIV have been caused by sweat, saliva or tears. However, even small amounts of blood in your mouth might transmit HIV during kissing or oral sex. Blood can come from flossing your teeth, or from sores caused by gum... Read more »
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