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A friend of mine is worried since he had sex with a prostitute in Germany, He had licked her nipples+cheeks. No Sex/kissing on the lips or oral sex. is it possible that he may have contracted the virus. And is it possible that Hiv virus from some other person who had done the same might be there on her breasts /cheeks and then it could have transferred through his mouth while licking. Please help.
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In continuation with the above question , there was no sex involved, only foreplay as in kissing on cheeks/licking and licking the nipples.
A help would be great.
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There is no risk involved in what your friend did.
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Just as a precaution, should he go for a test anyway ?
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If there is no risk, there is no reason to test.
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One last question.

Hypothetically is it possible if a HIV positive person with a cut in his mouth lick the nipples of a female and a droplet with the HIV virus falls on it, A few minutes later another guy whom the prostitue sleeps with licks that part of her body again and takes it inside his mouth and gets infected?. this will be my final question.

Thank you.
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Not playing the "what if" game. It was and always will be no risk no matter what you want to invent as a situation.
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