Hiv Testing After Open Mouth Kissing And Cuts In Mouth
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi Sam, I would not be concerned. Even if the cut had been bleeding, this would still be a fairly low-risk incident. Since the cut was in the process of healing, there was likely no direct access to the bloodstream, which HIV needs for transmission... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,You're worried about a three-second kiss with a champagne chaser? Relax Max, you're fine. See below for other very similar no-risk situations.Dr. Bobsilly question but need help pleeeease (MOUTH TO MOUTH CHAMPAGNE, SAKE, AND SHOTS)Oct... Read more »
Grady Health SystemWhereas it is true that HIV can be transmitted orally, the vast majority of cases involved oral intercourse, not deep kissing. At the recent 4th International Oral AIDS Conference held in South Africa, the risk of transmission via oral intercourse... Read more »
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Posted by Charlie505, 2 RepliesI had an open mouth kissing for about 20 secs with a girl of unknown hiv status, after that i am getting back to back mild sore throat and white tounge for 2 months which is still there, i got worried and got 5 hiv test following from 6,8,10,12,and... Read more »
Posted by AussieDude, 4 RepliesCan u get HIV from open mouth Kissing..If I have done Open mouth kissing with a Girl for 5 mins regularly..
With Clothes on.. I mean JUST KISSING..
PLease Tell Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 Replycan this be a new risk? i thought kissing was safe, but a woman at CDC said my mouth is just like my vagina (how'd she know?) and that this risk is REAL. local testing site said no need to test based on no risk. anyone? what's your take on french... Read more »
Posted by maruti, 2 Repliesthis is vipin my age is 26,last week i kissed one girl its a open mouth kiss for 20secs,there was no blood in my mouth,no cuts,there is any chance to get hiv infection for me,plz help me i was scared Read more »
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