I am sorry to throw another kissing question at you, but I believe this is a bit odd. I am currently in an E Asian country with a relatively low incidence of HIV. I have a a cut or a split in the crack of my lip for the last couple of weeks. I belive it is a cold sore, but no puss or anything, just a split or cut. Some blood when I open my mouth wide.
Anyway, I went to a bar/brothel here and met up with a really cute girl. We did not engage in sex, but we did engage in mutual masterbation (masturbation) and wet kissing. In the morning after, I took a look at the mirror and saw that there was some dried blook where my cold sore/split is on my lip. It must have been due to the deep kissing.
I realize that kissing is a very low risk for HIV, but I am concerned about the bloody cold sore/cut. I am also concerned about where my cute friend's mouth has been before we hooked up. We were together for about 30 mins before kissing, but I am pretty sure that she engaged in blow jobs/kissing with other customers before she met me.
There is no risk to you associated with the exposure you describe. We get many questions about kissing and oral exposure and whether or not the presence of a cold sore, bites to the lip, gum disease or other wounds in or around the mouth changes the answer to the question. The answer is no. The data which define the absence of any risk of getting HIV through kissing, deep or otherwise has be generated through studies of thousand and thousands of persons, some of whom had cold cores, cuts, etc. There is no risk. this is the case even if she was HIV infected or had had oral sex with someone who had HIV immediately prior to your encounter with her
incidentally, my guess is that after a vigorous kissing session the blood you saw in the morning was yours, nor hers and reflected the vigor with which the two of you kissed.
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