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i have beedn engaged with kissing an Asian woman for arround 10 minutes in a Spa center and the room was a bit dark. i would like to advise if HIV can transmit as follows:

- Suppose the girl was having cuts, sore arround her mouth or in her lips, and there was some blood existing, during kissing her if my lips / mouth were touching her blood (or lets say our lips are sticked together) Can the blood enter my lips / mouth? and hiv enter my blood?

if your answer  (No) what is the reason behind that,since blood is there...!!! i am asking in this forum and seeking for proffesional feedback based on the records you have... on the internet i found many websites says that in presence of cut  / sore, hiv can be transmitted and other websites they say no it cannot be (it is really confusing)... can you please clarify?

At last: Do i have to do HIV test for what happened with me? because the issue in my mind now and affecting me .
Thank you !
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You never had an exposure by kissing and you don't need testing.
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HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host (unlike many bacteria or fungi, which may do so under suitable conditions), except under laboratory conditions; therefore, it does not spread or maintain infectiousness outside its host.

HIV is transmitted by;
Unprotected penetrative anal and/or vaginal sex
Sharing works with other IV drug users
Mother to child
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Saliva contains over a dozen different enzymes and proteins that inhibits HIV transmission.
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"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."  
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