Thank you very much for your post and welcome to our forum.
Kissing does not involve any risk of HIV infection, even if the is some blood in the mouth. The reason for this is because saliva neutralises the virus. Not a single case has been documented of anyone becoming infected this way. Therefore no need to be concerned and no need to be tested. However if you are going to be worried about this, you can always have a simple antibody test, which I can assure you it will negative.
Dear Sir,I take your assurance and am not getting tested as part of new job they may do it.You have helped in shedding quite a big load from my shoulders.With a lucrative job and marriage round the corner i was little bit afraid.Thanks a lot again.
Dear Sir,I Saw a recent post where someone claimed affected by kissing.Is there any logic to it.HE is very active sexually.Please clarify.My anxiety is increasing.
Hi what happened ,No activity from the doctors side on the forum,are all on leave?
Dear Sir ,
Got tested and the results are negative,thanks a lot.