just i had a query in general,
why then cdc reported a case of 1 person having infected by french kissing?
in that case also no body had pint of blood moving from 1 mouth to other (even they have oral problem)
i respect u all , only this was just a medical question as to what made cdc to include that case.
It is not a verified documented exposure. If HIV was transmitted in that manner we would have millions of people infected each year. Saliva has over a dozen different enzymes and proteins that inhibit HIV transmission.
I respect u teak , but only i want to tell u that S** r*****( i don't want to name it) has developed this test whose result is just positive or negative( both for HIV 1 & HIV 2), i don't know much abt medical science.So its only for diagnostic.Because otherwise there is no use of it.
also can u give us a link where u have seen person tested negative on this test after 2- 4 week has been found positive after 3 months on elisa??
What part of you didn't have a risk is it that you don't understand. You've never done anything to put yourself at risk of contracting HIV.
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I had realtions with a transgender. I used protection during anal sex, and there was no breakage in the condom during sex, but I kissed deep and hard with her. At one point she sucked my lip so hard I though I was bleeding or that she might be bleeding. I think I tasted blood. I do not know her HIV status, and I fear that I have been effected. .
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