i need advice on the following 2 events that happend to me. ineed to know what are the chances of me getting hiv from this:
I kissed a lady that is hiv positive and had a ulcer and a small cut in my mouth.on a different day me and the same lady got intimate and i fingered her i had a open cut on the palm of my hand the cut was a hour old and still had some watery fluid inside.
Please i need comprehensive answers can i move on or should i get tested
As you have been told in the hiv forum, none of these activites are any risk of hiv. Saliva has no active hiv antibodys, and you cut would not be deep enough for any concern or you would have had to go to hospital for attention, not to mention she would not let you near here if blood was pouring from your hand.
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