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Could kissing and receiving oral from untreatment hiv positive tranmisst hiv

I kissed and received oral(without condom) from a hiv positive(without treatment) at the time that i kissed i got a sore on my gum that caused by toothbrush one day ago it wasn't bleeding but it's white and it's hurt if i touch it does that put me on a risk of getting hiv as far as i know i cant taste or see any blood but is it possible that there was blood and I didn't notice which could transmitt me hiv.
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As an adult, the only risks for HIV are:
1) having unprotected, penetrative vaginal or anal sex, or
2) sharing IV drug needles with other IV drug users.

If you don't do either of those activities, you will NEVER have to worry about HIV.  Nothing else you can think of, including the activities you described, is a risk for HIV.

You had zero risk for HIV and you do not need to test.
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I also engage in deep kissing while i had sore gum from toothbrush and she is 100%hiv+ without taking any treatment im i at risk from all these situations
Reread the advice. If it was as infectious as you think, then everyone in America including teenagers and babies would have it.
And why do Dr robert from page the body considered receiving oral to be a low risk as he known one man that had been transmitted that way
HIV has existed for 40 years. If someone found one person in that time, it is likely they will have to hunt 40 more years to find another so I don't think you have HIV.
So im i not at risk of tranmissted hiv at all
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