Saliva And Possible HIV Exposure
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Posted by mantle198, 2 RepliesHi I'm posting to get a better understanding of my risk exposure and gain some peace of mind, until I wait the 3 month period before I take the HIV test. Recently I had a one night stand with a sex worker, she gave me unprotected oral sex and... Read more »
Posted by blacks988, 1 ReplyOk here goes...
I gave head to a man, and he came in my mouth and i swallowed almost immediately... From what i could read is that this poses no threat what so ever concerning HIV doubled with the fact that since HIV appeared in the 80's there have... Read more »
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Posted by 5parkl3, 1 ReplyHello. I need some advice about a really bad situation that I've found myself in.
I was assaulted at a party last weekend - I know that someone had sex with me (I'm female, he was male), but because I was drunk it's all a bit hazy.
Sorry to be... Read more »
Posted by dansil394, 1 ReplySo I'm 19 years old and I hooked up with a 30 year old today. So we:
1. Made out almost the whole time
2. He gave me oral and there was a lot of saliva and I came in his mouth. I DID NOT give him any oral or place my mouth near his dick. I spit on it... Read more »
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Actually there are lots of responses posted in the archives that answer your question! Just search for "saliva" and you'll find many responses all stating that from an HIV perspective, saliva is not considered to be infectious,... Read more »
Test Positive Aware NetworkHi, Sarah:To answer your questions...1. Is there a chance I was infected with HIV? No, I highly doubt it. Frottage is a low-risk, safer sex activity. I would not be concerned. 2. About HHV8, do you always get it if you kiss someone that is infected,... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,Saliva does not transmit HIV, unless it contains visible HIV-tainted blood. This includes "saliva of all stages." The only potential exception involves infants ingesting pre-chewed food from an HIV-positive mom. (See below.)Dr. BobWHAT... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesWhat you are describing is not an occupational exposure. Occupational exposure generally refers to exposures that occur in a healthcare setting where there is direct exposure to fluids. HIV is not airbourne. It is not known to be transmitted through... Read more »
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