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HIV breast milk touches bleeding gums

My English is poor pls understand me. On may 19th I sucked breasts suddenly milk is entered in my mouth quickly I spilt outside .. I have poor bleeding gums so if breast milk is contacted with gums any risk.. After 3 weeks of exposure my body was itchy and glands are pain so pls help me
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HIV is instantly inactivated in air or in saliva so it doesn't matter what you suck or ingest. Only sex risks are unprotected anal or vaginal penetrating sex which you didn't have.
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Breastmilk directly contact with blood(sores, cuts)  in mouth is any risk.. From that exposure I have muscle aches n small black warts are on my face n neck this symptoms are HIV or not
Reread the advice focusing on the words doesn't and  only,rather than rephrasing your same question for no useful purpose.
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Please correct and final answer gives to me im die with fear milk directly touches gums with blood
Sorry I'm repeatedly asked with fear so pls conclusion gives to me
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Breast milk isn't a risk for HIV in adults..None of your aches and warts have anything to do with HIV so check it out with your doctor if they are a problem.

Only adult HIV risks are unprotected anal or vaginal penetrating sex or sharing needles which you didn't do.
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Thank you sir
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