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I kiss a prostitute girl..like a normal kiss of lovers with tongue..im afraid because i have a gum problem not so serious..
So i took a hiv Ag Ab (CMIA)after  (87 days) ..the result is NON reactive or negative..do i have to take again?? is there any chance to be positive??
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186166 tn?1385259382
"Kissing is no risk, even deep ("French") kissing and even with a person who sores on their mouth or has gum or dental disease."   DR HOOK

"Of course no risk. HIV is not transmitted by kissing, even with sores in the mouth.

Despite the billions of kissing events in the AIDS era, not one case of HIV has been known to be transmitted that way, even though millions of those kisses undoubtedly were with cuts in the mouth or on the lips."  

for someone who had a risk...YOU DIDNT...a test at 87 days would be totally conclusive.

you don't have hiv ! ! !

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3127491 tn?1345499237
this is not an exposure (at the very worst a low risk), you got tested 12 weeks after the 'exposure' as you call it.....move on

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HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug abusers
Mother to child

You never had an exposure.
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If you could get HIV from kissing --- it seems like the HIV number would triple.   Stop worrying, really.  Hobby
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you never had a risk & you never required a test--move on.
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