Is Deep Kissing Safe
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Posted by ind234567, 2 Repliesi am 26 yr old male from India. 48 hours back i had protected sex with a girl whom i later 100% suspect of being HIV infected. during the sex, we had deep hard kissing for 5 minutes or so and it resulted in my lips getting minor cuts and scratches.... Read more »
Posted by Katietaylor, 1 ReplyPlease can someone give me their honest opinion on whether this is a reason for me to be concerned and tested?
Im going out of my mind with worry and keep checking my body for HIV symptoms due what I believe my risky exposure.
Im a 34 year old woman... Read more »
Posted by supernervousguy, 1 ReplyI know this is probably an obnoxious question, but hopefully someone can help satisfy my curiosity. I am aware that deep/french/tongue kissing is next to zero risk for transmission. However, in many places online and on this forum, it is placed in... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousOk so I read alot and now feel the need to post.
I did Deep Kissing with a female. Now I am freaking out. I don't have symptoms or maybe I do... It's all in my head... Why am I so worried and consumed with thinking of AIDS? I need to hear that I... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI dont realy know how to explain, ive been deep kissing a girl in advanced hiv status, since that exposure that someone said theres now risk i have been with candidiasis, angular cheilitis, pains in the gums, all my life as ended, or almost ended, i... Read more »
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Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for the question,Typically kissing (even deep french kissing) is not really considered a risk. This is because blood isn't just hanging out in both people's mouths nor is something like saliva going to transmit HIV. However, two... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesMaking a decision to get tested is one that you need to make on your own. It sounds like a particularly difficult decision for you because of the need to leave your country for testing. A test at 37 days falls within the window period, so it is... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHiKissing is NOT a risk for HIV transmission. HIV is not transmitted through saliva. The muscle aches and symptoms are due to other reasons and if they continue I would recommend that you follow up with your healthcare provider for evaluation. But... Read more »
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