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kissing hiv infect

A girl kissed me on my lips for 2/3 seconds but sure 100% no saliva contact, just a lip to lip kiss while getting out of the car, kindly advise will I have any HIV infection, as the girl had did her HIV test 8 months ago, kindly advise.
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1366547 tn?1287367550
You have made multiple posts asking about this same "exposure" and have been told many times by more than one person that kissing is NOT a risk for HIV! No way possible. You did not get HIV from kissing this girl. You need to accept what you have been told and move on with your life knowing you were never at risk. For you to continue posting the same question and receiving the same answers is a waste of both your time and ours. Please relax and move on. You're FINE!
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Thanks for your reply, Avonella sorry to bother you again since I am sure that 100% there was no any contact with her or my saliva, so are there any  chances of  HIV infection? just she touch her lips to my lips for 2/3 seconds and the girl had done a HIV test 8 months ago in Oct'09 and the result was negative.  Kindly advise me once again sorry for asking about the saliva? please let me know about the saliva?

186166 tn?1385262982
you have asked this repeatedly and have been told many times that you were never at risk.

EVEN "IF" the girl was hiv positive...you still would not have been at risk.

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