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i been french kissing a girl for awhile and today i frenched kissed her with a cold sores on the corner of my mouth. i havnt anything else with her. she just called me and told me she has hiv and had for awhile. can i get hiv from french kissing her with sores on my mouth?we was using tongues . she said that she been on meds but been off of them for about 3 months. does that make it easier for me to get? can you get any std from kissing her?
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NO RISK for HIV.

You may want to have an STD panel done.
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She should of told you she had HIV before you engaged in such activities but the good news is that you can't contract HIV from the activities you engaged in.
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Disclosure only needs to take place on penetrative sex.
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I'm just saying it wouldn't have hurt because he wouldn't be in panic mode right now.
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It doesn't matter what your opinion is, the positive person is not obligated to say anything about their status unless having penetrative sex.
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If you work in the healthcare industry in AUS you must disclose your status.It's the law.Same if you are donating blood
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Well you don't in the US or any other civilized country.
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im i safe from getting hiv? i did have a cold sore on my lips and not sure if it was bleeding
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You never had an exposure.

HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug abusers
Mother to child
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It is not recommended that healthcare workers disclose their infective status to patients.

www.health.qld.gov.au/qhpolicy/docs/imp/qh-imp-321-3.pdf  Version No 1.1; Effective From: 18/4/12
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